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[Spoiler] 'Hyde, Jekyll and I' Hyun Bin and Han Ji-min to live together under contract

2015/01/29 | 877 views | Permalink | Source

On the fourth episode of 'Hyde, Jekyll and I', Robin (Hyun Bin) signed a contract with Jang Ha-na (Han Ji-min) without the knowledge of Goo Seo-jin (Hyun Bin).

Jang Ha-na, found out that Goo Seo-jin, without any discussion, had notified her that the contract for the circus troupe had been void. Next morning, Goo Seo-jin found a note saying, "Sorry" left by Robin and he became nervous.

Just like what Goo Seo-jin was getting worried about, Jang Ha-na came into his place. Jang Ha-na said, "Thank you for the re-contract you signed. I was so surprised to find something like this this morning".

And then she showed the contract to him. The contract was stamped with Goo Seo-jin's thumbprint and he was shocked to find his thumb stained with ink.

Jang Ha-na also said, "As part of witness protection program, and since I've heard your place has a good security system, I'm thankful for letting me stay here". And then Jang Ha-na showed him her baggage she brought with her. .

It was Robin who signed the contract for Jang Ha-na without the knowledge of Goo Seo-jin as well as brought Jang Ha-na inside Goo Seo-jin's place.

Since Goo Seo-jin fell for Robin's plot and had to start living with Jang Ha-na all of sudden, the story started to become more interesting.

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