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[Spoiler] "Passionate Love" Choi Yoon-young overhears Jun Kwang-ryul and Sung Hoon's conversation

2014/01/26 | Permalink | Source

Choi Yoon-young couldn't believe Jun Kwang-ryul's evil deed.

Yoo-jeong (Choi Yoon-young) found out about Moon-do (Jun Kwang-ryul) and Moo-yeol (Sung Hoon).

Moo-yeol realized President Yang Tae-sin's will had something to do with Yoo-jeong's house and went to see Moon-do about it.

He asked about the will and asked if there was something Yoo-jeong shouldn't know.

Moo-yeol pressured Moon-do by asking if he was afraid of something that she shouldn't know was to come up and he said, "Stop pressing it. The company was mine from the beginning".

He continued, "I got rid of the will so what are you going to do about it? Do you think you can even?"

Moo-yeol said, "Why can't you let me not be ashamed of you even once" but Moon-do threatened never to come to question him again. Yoo-jeong witnessed this conversation.

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