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[Spoiler] 'Mask' Ju Ji-hoon and Soo Ae in tearful wedding without love

2015/06/03 | 1648 views | Permalink | Source

On the third episode of SBS' Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Mask", Seo Eun-ha (Soo Ae), who was actually Byeon Ji-sook, got married to Choi Min-woo (Ju Ji-hoon).

Byeon Ji-sook was forced to become Seo Eun-ha by Min Seok-hoon (Yeon Jung-hoon). And the pre-nuptial family meeting was held for Seo Eun-ha and Choi Min-woo. At the meeting, Choi Min-woo announced he could not get married to Seo Eun-ha. It was because he believed that he had tried to strangle Seo Eun-ha, and he was going to give up on getting married to her for the reason.

Byeon Ji-sook insisted they should get married while she was trying to pursade him by saying those words as ordered by Min Seok-hoon. Choi Min-woo told Byeon Ji-sook, "You should first tell them you're cancelling the marriage. Don't show up at the wedding ceremony. Otherwise, I'll end up killing you".

Later Byeon Ji-sook witnessed the miserable situation at the funeral, which was supposedly for her death. She saw the private moneylenders taking the condolecense money. Byeon Ji-sook came back and walked into the wedding with Seo Eun-ha's father.

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