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[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" Seo In-suk, furious with Park Young-gyu

2014/03/09 | 299 views | Permalink | Source

Seo In-suk was furious with Park Young-gyu.

On the twentieth episode of the KBS 1TV drama "Jeong Do-jeon", Choi Ueong (Seo In-suk) went to see Lee In-im (Park Young-gyu) who had made him step away from the clique.

Lee In-im made him step away from the clique as Choi Yeong was a threat to his authority. As Choi Yeong presented justice, Lee In-im suggested taking the responsibility of financial conditions and withdrawing together.

Choi Yeong was furious. Lee In-im said, "Tricking someone for the victory of a goal is a skill not a crime".

Choi Yeong yelled as if he was embarrassed and Lee In-im said, "How low can you get? Go away like the captain that you are". Even Lee Seong-gye (Yoo Dong-geun) sided with Lee In-im and said, "Calm down, you shouldn't do this".

Choi Yeong turned around and left after saying, "I will not forget this humiliation".

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