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[Spoiler] "Goddess of Marriage" Lee Tae-ran begs for mercy

2013/09/08 | 677 views | Permalink | Source

"Goddess of Marriage" Lee Tae-ran broke down.

Hong Hye-jeong (Lee Tae-ran) got a call from her mother one day.

She said some investigators came and took Hye-jin, her brother. He was deeply involved with the dealing of art through Nam Mi-ra (Shim Yi-young). The profits of these deals were going into the dark pockets of Kim Tae-jin (Kim Jung-tae) who is Hong Hye-jeong's husband and Nam Mi-ra's boyfriend.

As irrational investigations went on, the prosecutors reached Hye-jin. Hye-jeong sensed that her father-in-law had something to do with his and went to find him.

Kang Min-ho (Jun Gook-hwan) asked why he should do so. "Why is your brother so involved with this case? Tell him to go and live 3 year and they will guarantee a position for him at their company".

Hong Hye-jeong begged, "He's only 27. His life would be ruined if he went to prison. Please help him.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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