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[Spoiler] 'Glamorous Temptation' Choi Kang-hee sheds tears in Joo Sang-wook's arms

2016/02/08 | 820 views | Permalink | Source

On the 36th episode of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Glamorous Temptation", Jin Hyeong-woo (Joo Sang-wook) advised Sin Eun-soo (Choi Kang-hee) to come out of Kang Seok-hyeon (Jung Jin-young)'s house because the revenge was about to complete.

Jin Hyeong-woo came to see Sin Eun-soo at her daughter Hong Mi-rae (Kal So-won)'s hospital room and said, "Whenever I get to think you sit at a same table and share a same room with a man like him, it makes me so mad".

He continued on, "I know you have the same idea. You also know that, for me, you're more important than taking revenge. Think about it. When Mi-rae wakes up, how are you going to explain it to her that we broke up?"

Sin Eun-soo said, "Stop acting like this. I've told you that I'm not going to live as a woman any longer. Please leave now. Please stop making me feel more miserable". She then cried in tears in Jin Hyeong-woo's arms.

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