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[Spoiler] "Revenge Note 2" Ahn Seo-hyun Cries for Framed Father

2018/09/03 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the XtvN drama "Revenge Note 2", Oh Ji-na (Ahn Seo-hyun) cried because her father was framed.

Her father (Sung Ji-ru) is an exemplary owner of a convenient store who never sells smokes or alcohol to minors and always checks for ID.

However, some minors who didn't get what they want, decided to do something about him.

They fooled the owner with some fake IDs and a grown-up they knew and got their hands on alcohol. They drank it and called the police on the owner claiming that the owner sold them alcohol.

The owner was taken to the police station and Oh Ji-na saw this. Shee couldn't do anything but watch and yell 'dad' while he cried. Seo Robin (Samuel) saw this happen.

Seo Robin knew Oh Ji-na's father would never do such a thing and suspected something was going on.

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