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[Spoiler] "Miss. Ripley" Lee Da-hae's past at risk of being revealed? Tension up

2011/06/20 | 973 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Da-hae is at risk of getting her past revealed.

On the 7th episode of MBC "Miss. Ripley" on the 20th, Jang Myeog-hoon (Kim Seung-woo) sees Jang Mi-ri (Lee Da-hae) with Hirayama (Kim Jung-tae).

Myeong-hoon organizes an interview for a professor job for Mi-ri who is uncomfortable with seeing him at work. Excitedly, Mi-ri goes for the interview but runs into Hirayama, her former pimp in Japan.

She follows Hirayama who asks to see her face. He asks her for money and threatens her.

After talking with Hirayama, Mi-ri meets Myeong-hoon and tries to act like nothing is wrong. Then he sees Hirayama following out behind her and wonders.

Meanwhile, at the end of the episode Myeong-hoon meets Hirayama who comes into the hotel and drew curiosity from the viewers.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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