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[Spoiler] "Lie To Me" Kang Ji-hwan leaves Jo Yoon-hee and goes to Yoon Eun-hye

2011/06/14 | 2841 views | Permalink | Source

Hyeon Ki-joon (Kang Ji-hwan) ignored Oh Yoon-joo (Jo Yoon-hee).

On the 12th episode of SBS drama "Lie to Me", Hyeon Ki-joon bade farewell to Oh Yoon-joo. He confirmed his love for Gong Ah-jeong (Yoon Eun-hye).

Oh Yoon-joo was overwhelmed with shock. She got drunk and couldn't wake up the next day. She was taken to the hospital. However, Hyeon Ki-joon didn't go to the hospital. His heart was to Gong Ah-jeong.

To protect what they had, he confessed to his Chinese investor, Chairman Cheon, "The marriage with Gong Ah-jeong was fake". He wanted to start over his relationship with her and Chairman Cheon withdrew all the investments from Hyeon Ki-joon's World Hotel.

Oh Yoon-joo's father was a member of parliament. Chairman Hyeon Myeong-jin (Oh Mi-hee) persuaded Hyeon Ki-joon to start seeing Oh Yoon-joo again for the good of business. However, his heart was set enough to not even go see her at the hospital.

Hyeon Myeong-jin tried setting up a meeting with Oh Yoon-joo and her family, but he didn't show up. He went to Gong Ah-jeong instead. They checked their love with a hug.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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