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[Spoiler] "Passionate Love" Hwang Shin-hye warns Choi Yoon-young

2013/11/24 | 625 views | Permalink | Source

Hwang Shin-hye warned Choi Yoon-young.

Nan-cho (Hwang Shin-hye) was furious with Yoo-jeong (Choi Yoon-young) on the episode of "Passionate Love" on the 24th.

Nan-cho saw Yoo-jeong looking for her son Soo-hyeok (Shim Ji-ho) and pushed her aside. She said, "Do you think my Soo-hyeok is that easy? It wasn't enough for you to cheat on him and hurt him? You've come back for more?" Moon-do (Jun Kwang-ryul) tried to calm her down but she didn't cool down.

"I will not forgive you if I see you around my son again. She told Moon-do that Yoo-jeong cheated on Soo-hyeok with Moo-yeol.

"Do you know how much your son suffered because of this girl? She cheated on him with Moo-yeol". However, Moon-do told her not to meddle with their business.

Meanwhile, Nan-cho told Eun-sook (Jun Mi-sun) that Moo-yeol stole the girl who Soo-hyeok was seeing.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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