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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Jo Bo-ah calls Kang Ji-hwan, 'coward'

2016/07/12 | 1088 views | Permalink | Source

On the episode 32 of MBC Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Monster – 2016', Do Sin-yeong (Jo Bo-ah) was rejected by Kang Gi-tan (Kang Ji-hwan).

On this day, Do Sin-yeong asked her secretary to set up her dating timetable with Kang Gi-tan. Kang Gi-tan rejected it right away as soon as Lee Soo-tak (Kang Han-saem) brought the timetable to him.

As Kang Gi-tan rejected her request for date, she herself went to see him and told him, "You're such a coward. You're worried that you might actually fall in love with me. Don't' run away from this". Kang Gi-tan said, "I'm busy. There's no way I'll date you".

Do Sin-yeong followed Kang Gi-tan around to be able to go on a date with you. Do Sin-yeong kept saying repeatedly, "You're worried you might fall for me. You're a coward". This made Kang Gi-tann feel he really didn't want to deal with her any longer.

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