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[Spoiler] "Mystery Queen Season 2" Choi Kang-hee Runs Around in Teddy Slippers

2018/03/07 | 194 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Mystery Queen Season 2", Yoo Seol-ok (Choi Kang-hee) rushed to the hospital.

She was sleeping when she got a call reporting that Ha Wan-seung (Kwon Sang-woo) had been in a fire. She ran to the ER desperate to know what had happened.

She saw a patient with bandages all over his body and worried it was him, but Ha Wan-seung soon appeared eating cup noodles. Yoo Seul-ok asked if he was alright and he said, "I'm not dying. What's with the shoes?"

Yoo Seol-ok had run out wearing her Teddy Bear slippers. Ha Wan-seung asked if she forgot about them because she was in such a rush for him and Yoo Seol-ok explained, "I was in a rush. I've always wanted to work on an arson case".

Yoo Seol-ok was relieved Ha Wan-seung was fine but behind his back, she thought to herself, "Is he really from Police Academy? He's always getting his credits taken away. Moron".

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