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[Spoiler] "He Is Psychometric" Shin Ye-eun Snaps at Kim Won-hae

2019/03/14 | 227 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "He Is Psychometric", Yoon Jae-in (Shin Ye-eun) took sides with Ian (Jinyoung).

Yoon Jae-in solved a question from her math teacher (Kim Won-hae) and was praised. The teacher told the students, "You should all make note of your differences from Jae-in. She lives up to her name of being the daughter of an assemblyman while those who make trouble are obviously from single parents or orphans who haven't been educated well". Yoon Jae-in was outraged by this comment.

She argued, "Thinking that students from single parents are uneducated and suspecting them of sneaking into the staff room and stealing answers is wrong isn't it? You shouldn't be making personal attacks as a teacher".

Then she added, "I am going to catch the culprit and that is not Ian. If I can't find the real culprit then I'll quit school".

Source : /news.nate.com/view/2...

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