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[Spoiler] 'Glamorous Temptation' Jung Jin-young uses Choi Kang-hee as security to threaten Joo Sang-wook

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On the 37th episode of MBC's "Glamorous Temptation", Seok-hyeon (Jung Jin-young) used Eun-soo (Choi Kang-hee) as security to threaten Hyeong-woo (Joo Sang-wook).

On this day, Seok-hyeon said, "If you do not bring over the money, someone you treasure can be hurt. I mean Shin Eun-soo". Hyeong-woo responded in anger, "Isn't she your wife?".

Seok-hyeon said, "It seems that you still don't know me well. There's one time I took Il-joo's side. I remember it was when Sin Eun-soo mentioned seomthing about the document to you. You two met twice".

As Hyeong-woo tried to excuse Eun-soo, Seok-hyeon said, "You still love her" and "I would not possibly touch blood with my own hands. There's someone else who would that for me".

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