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[Spoiler] "Mr. Sunshine" Kim Min-jung Saves a Young Woman

2018/07/08 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the new tvN drama "Mr. Sunshine", Kudo Hana (Kim Min-jung) gave warning to a Korean man who harassed a female employee in her hotel café.

He wouldn't let go of the employee's hand so Kudo Hana broke a plate and cut her hand. The Korean was outraged, but his friend told him she was the owner of the hotel and he left.

The employee apologized for what happened and knelt down, crying before the expensive broken plate.

Kudo Hana told her, "You're more precious to me. So don't cry next time and just bite him".

She then turned to the other guests and apologized for causing a scene. Then Kudo Hana and Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) introduced each other as a Japanese and an American.

Ko Dong-mae (Yoo Yeon-seok) came into the hotel and asked Kudo Hana why she hurt her hand.

She told him it was because she was helping a girl and Koo Dong-mae said, "Then I'll help this girl. Your hand is too pretty to have a scar".

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