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[Spoiler] "Incarnation of Money" Hwang Jung-eum and Choi Yeo-jin act drun

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Hwang Jung-eum and Choi Yeo-jin aroused laughter with their drunken acts.

On the eighth episode of the SBS drama "Incarnation of Money", Lee Cha-don (Kang Ji-hwan) and Jeon Ji-hoo (Choi Yeo-jin) celebrated the end of the Lee Gwan-soo (Choi Jin-ho) case.

Bok Jane (Hwang Jung-eum) didn't drink as she complained about the calories in a shot of Soju but soon started drinking when Lee Chae-don and Jeon Ji-hoo were about to do a love shot.

When Lee Cha-don went to the bathroom, things got serious. Bok Jane and Jeon were drunk and started eating with their hands. They started feeding each other food and complained about the world.

This scene was especially funny because Choi Yeo-jin and Hwang Jung-eum are actresses who always appear fancy in their make up and elegance broke down in front of food.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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