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[Spoiler] "My Golden Life" Shin Hye-sun chooses Lee Tae-hwan and not Park Si-hoo

2017/11/12 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "My Golden Life", Choi Do-kyeong (Park Si-hoo) worried about Seo Ji-an (Shin Hye-sun).

Choi Do-kyeong met Seon Woo-hyeok (Lee Tae-hwan) to find Seo Ji-an. He asked where she was and Seon Woo-hyeok questioned who he was.

Choi Do-kyeong handed him a business card. Seon Woo-hyeo admitted, "I don't know. I'm sorry. She'll call soon. Choi Do-kyeong asked him not to tell and her and to tell him that she called.

Choi Do-kyeong drank with Kim Gi-jae (Kim Sa-kwon). He got drunk and said, "This feeling isn't what it is. I didn't keep my promise and Ji-an ran away because she's scared. I didn't help her. I should have, but I didn't. I'm so worried".

Seon Woo-hyeok coincidentally discovered where Seo Ji-an was. Previously, Seo Ji-an had passed out after taking some pills. She was alive and she was working in an ocean village.

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