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[Spoiler] Lee Tae-ran acts as the housekeeper of Oh Hyun-kyung's house

2013/09/01 | Permalink | Source

Lee Tae-ran was the housekeeper of her sister Oh Hyun-kyung's house.

On the second episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Wang Family", Wang Soo-bak (Oh Hyun-kyung) ordered Wang Ho-bak (Lee Tae-ran) like a housekeeper.

As her husband Ko Min-joong (Jo Sung-ha) fired their housekeeper, she called in her sister Wang Ho-bak. She came over to her sister's house to cook, clean and watch the kids. Meanwhile, Wang Soo-bak was chatting on the phone.

Wang Ho-bak took home her sisters clothes and bags on top of her day's pay. Wang Soo-bak suggested, "Why don't you quit your day job at the office and just come work for me?" Even their mother Lee Ang-geum (Kim Hae-sook) agreed with it.

Wang Ho-bak didn't respond to this and just took the items home then sold them at the office the next day and made more money for her living.

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