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[Spoiler] "Goddess of Marriage" Lee Sang-woo was framed

2013/10/06 | 953 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Sang-woo got involved with Nam Sang-mi's embezzlement of the in-law's.

On the thirtieth episode of the SBS weekend drama "Goddess of Marriage", Kim H yeon-woo (Lee Sang-woo) was taken to the prosecutor's for embezzlement.

Kim Hyeon-woo had left on vacation, out of contact from his tiring fiance Han Se-kyeong (Kang Se-jung) and mother-in-law-to-be (Park Joon-geum). Chaos happened at his construction company where he was vice president.

This was because the president had also been gone for other reasons. Kim Hyeon-woo had handed in his resume before he left but found out what had happened when he returned to take his things.

The prosecutor's appeared and took him away for embezzlement. He had somehow gotten involved with Song Ji-hye's (Nam Sang-mi) brother-in-law Kang Tae-jin's (Kim Jung-tae) making of a secret fund.

Kim Hyeon-woo was framed for what the president had done.

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