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[Spoiler] "Rich Man, Poor Woman" What is Ha Yeon-soo Hiding?

2018/05/10 | 1317 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBN drama "Rich Man, Poor Woman", Kim Bo-ra (Ha Yeon-soo) started working at Lee Yoo-chan's (Suho) office as a short-term employee.

Bo-ra was hired for four days. She ran into Yoo-chan in the elevator. He saw her necklace and angrily asked her where she got it. Fear-stricken, she answered that it was a gift.

In the past, Yoo-chan had presented a necklace just like that to Kim Boon-hong. He recalled that Bo-ra introduced herself as Kim Boon-hong when they first met and suspected her.

Min Tae-joo (Oh Chang-suk) was in the car with Bo-ra and asked her about Kim Boon-hong. Min Tae-joo kept asking her questions because he was sure she knew something about Kim Boon-hong, but she didn't say anything.

At home, Bo-ra cried when she received a text message that said, "I'll wait for you".

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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