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[Spoiler] "Salaryman" Chunja causes an accident

2012/02/21 | 1078 views | Permalink | Source

Chunja ended up taking care of Jung Gyu-woon after he got into an accident.

Woo-hee (Hong Soo-hyun) became his caregiver after she caused a car accident with Hang-woo (Jung Gyu-woon) on the February 21st episode of SBS drama "Salaryman".

Depressed and feeling disillusioned with the obstinate management of Mo Ga-bi after she became chairman, Hang-woo was drinking alone and soon called Woo-hee. She came and promised to take him home.

However, with him passed out in her car, she caused a car accident while looking at his face and ended hurt him, which meant she had to care for him after.

In the hospital thanks to Woo-hee, Hang-woo made her do everything from feeding him to house chores and even cleaning him.

He even asked for a lullaby and although she was a terrible singer, he looked at her with loving eyes.

Meanwhile, Yeo-chi (Jung Ryeo-won), Hang-woo and Yoo-bang (Lee Beom-soo) plotted against Mo Ga-bi to bring her down from the chairman position.

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