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[Spoiler] 'Last' Park Ye-jin calls Lee Beom-soo an evil

2015/08/28 | 830 views | Permalink | Source

On August 28th's episode of JTBC Friday & Saturday drama, "Last", Kwak Heung-sam (Lee Beom-soo) came to pick up Seo Mi-joo (Park Ye-jin), who was drinking alone at a cart bar and she poured out spiteful words to him.

On this day, Kwak Heung-sam asked Seo Mi-joo how things had gone with lobbying with CEO Yoon's son. Seo Mi-joo answered, "I met him and lured him and exchanged business cards", while she was looking at him hatefully. Kwak Heung-sam said, "Don't hate me" and "It's you who accepted the offer under the condition you get what you wanted to know". He mentioned that Seo Mi-joo had made the deal so she could find out the address of Ryoo Jong-goo (Park Won-sang)'s daughter.

Seo Mi-joo said, "It's your way to make a deal. It looks like a deal or an option. But you push your counterpart into corners. And the lot I draw is always a blank".

Kwak Heung-sam stood up from his seat saying he would give a ride to Seo Mi-joo. Seo Mi-joo asked him, "When are you going to let me leave". Kwak Heung-sam said, "If I let you leave, do you have a place to go". Seo Mi-joo said, "You're an evil".

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Source : osen.mt.co.kr/article...

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