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[Spoiler] Jo Yoon-hee slaps Lee Hee-joon for sudden kiss

2012/07/22 Source

Jo Yoon-hee slapped Lee Hee-joon a tempo later.

On the fourth episode of the KBS weekend drama "My Husband Got a Family" on the 22nd, Lee Sook (Jo Yoon-hee) was suddenly kissed by Jae-yong (Lee Hee-joon).

After kissing her he waited for her response as he said, "Slap me or kick me" but she got up and went home in a taxi.

She realized she didn't have her wallet when she got there but Jae-yong who was behind her paid for it. Then she slapped him.

Jae-yong said, "Did you just hit me for what you could've done earlier? You are as slow as a bear and your hands are hot". Lee Sook warned him not to do it again and went inside.

She didn't forget to say, "Thanks for the taxi and I'll pay you back tomorrow". Although Jae-yong complained about being slapped he had a happy face on his face.

Meanwhile, Mak-rae (Kang Bu-ja) discovered that Yang-sil (Na Young-hee) was the one who abandoned Gwi-nam (Yu Jun-sang) and became furious.

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