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[Spoiler] "Matrimonial Chaos" Cha Tae-hyun Hurts Bae Doona

2018/10/30 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Matrimonial Chaos", Seok-moo (Cha Tae-hyun) and Hwi-roo (Bae Doona) spent a drunken night together. They had already gone a mutual divorce.

Seok-moo thought about Hwi-roo's face all night and replayed the night in his head over and over again. However, he saw Im Si-ho (Wi Ha-joon) hugging Hwi-roo and thought there was something between them. He tried to shake his feelings for her.

Seok-moo said, "There was no condom yesterday. You can't be getting pregnant so you should get an after pill".

Hwi-roo said, "I don't know if that's your concern or my concern, but are you worried that I might have a child and stop you from going anywhere? Why are you worried about me? We have nothing going on and what happens is my business".

Seok-moo had no idea that Hwi-roo had rejected Im Si-ho and called him to join them, rebuking Hwi-roo.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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