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[Spoiler] 'Mask' Yeon Jung-hoon has been monitoring the couple's private life

2015/06/11 | 1139 views | Permalink | Source

On the 6th episode of SBS Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Mask", it showed how Min Seok-hoon (Yeon Jung-hoon) had been monitoring the private life of Choi Min-woo (Ju Ji-hoon) and Byeon Jisook (Seo Eun-ha played by Soo Ae) couple.

Byeon Jisook felt guilty because she had ignored her younger brother, Byeon Ji-hyeok (Lee Ho-won) when the two had encountered. When Byeon Jisook was looking into her wardrobe, she felt ashamed of herself all of sudden, She said, "I'm not sure if I deserve all these clothes". Choi Min-woo, who misunderstood the relationship of the two, exploded in jealousy and he made a mess with all of the clothes out of the wardrobe.

While Byeon Jisook was reorganizing her wardrobe, house maids came over to help her. Byeon Jisook asked them, "Were you sent by Min-woo? I can handle this by myself". However, they told her, "We've been sent by Seok-hoon".

Byeon Jisook was shocked to realize Min Seok-hoon had been monitoring the couple's private life. And Min Seok-hoon was watching the couple through the webcam of the laptop computer in their room.

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