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[Spoiler] "Love Alert" Kang Seo-yeon Provokes Han Go-eun

2018/11/29 | 274 views | Permalink | Source

Kang Hye-joo (Kang Seo-yeon) provoked Han Jae-kyeong (Han Go-eun) on the latest episode of the MBN drama "Love Alert".

Kang Hye-joo handed Han Jae-kyeong an invitation for her and Cha Woo-hyeon (Chun Jung-myung)'s engagement party.

However, Han Jae-kyeong looked uncomfortable and asked Kang Hye-joo, "Do you want me to congratulate you? There's no reason for me to stand here with you" and tried to walk away.

Kang Hye-joo saod, "Have you completely gotten over Cha Woo-hyun? Then I will clear the suit on the advertisement. I can give you connections to other advertisements as well".

Han Jae-kyeong refused her offer and added, "Yoo-jeong's feelings for Cha Woo-hyeon won't change".

Kang Hye-joo said, "Of course, she wouldn't want to lose someone who's the son of the greatest company there is. You should definitely come to my engagement. I'll show you how you might change your mind".

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