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[Spoiler] "Glory Jane" Chun Jung-myung is arrested for assault on Lee Jang-woo

2011/12/21 | Permalink | Source

"Glory Jane"'s Chun Jung-myung was cuffed and arrested.

On the twenty-first episode of KBS 2TV drama "Glory Jane", Kim Young-gwang (Chun Jung-myung) was arrested by the police.

Seo Jae-myeong started shutting up the people around Yoon Jane (Park Min-young), who was a very big problem for him.

To his biggest nuisance, Kim Young-gwang, Seo Jae-myeong deprived him of becoming an employee at the Great Firm. The formal examination itself had been canceled. Kim Young-gwang started to protest with Seo Young-do (Lee Moon-shik), rioting for the exams to come back.

In the middle of the riot, detectives suddenly appeared and cuffed him. They told him, "Kim Young-gwang is being arrested for assault".

Previously, Kim Young-gwang had been framed for assault on Seo In-woo (Lee Jang-woo) by Seo In-cheol (Park Sung-woong). Young-gwang being taken away by the police was the final scene of this day's episode.

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