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[Spoiler] "Ooh La La Couple" tells Han Chae-ah to "get lost"

2012/10/09 Source

Kim Jung-eun gave it to Shin Hyun-joon's woman in affair.

On the fourth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Ooh La La Couple" on the 9th, Yeo-ok (Kim Jung-eun) in the body of Soo-nam (Shin Hyun-joon), scolded his woman in affair Victoria (Han Chae-ah).

Yeo-ok told Victoria, "Why are you in my way?" and when Victoria said that 'she' ordered her to bring information about a guest, 'she' answered, "I think I asked the girl next to you" showing how much 'she' hated her and causing Victoria to be confused.

When Victoria asked what was wrong, Yeo-ok answered, "It's too long to explain to you. You wouldn't understand if I spent the whole night up explaining this to you. So get out". At this Victoria said, "But you said not to worry about anything, I love you" to which Yeo-ok avenged saying, "But I don't love you anymore so get lost".

Meanwhile, Yeo-ok and Hyeon-woo (Han Jae-suk) could be seen during their loving days in the past.

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