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[Spoiler] "Salaryman" Lee Beom-soo and Jung Ryeo-won's "Old Boy" parody causes laughter

2012/01/16 | 623 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Beom-soo and Jung Ryeo-won's tiny "Old Boy" parody gave viewers something to smile about.

On January 16th's broadcast of the 5th installment of SBS drama "Salaryman" (written by Jang Yeong-cheol and Jeong Kyeong-soon-I, directed by Yoo In-sik), Yoo-bang (Lee Beom-soo) and Yeo-chi (Jung Ryeo-won) cornered the criminal that murdered Ho-hae (Park Sang-myun).

While first introducing himself as a member of the Korean National Intelligence Service (NIS), Yoo-bang created an opportunity to penetrate the Cheon Ha Group and look for the secret new medicine product. After a police investigation, the Group discovered that he was not an NIS agent and the name he gave was not his real name.

After this, Yoo-bang donned a purple shirt, wild wig and sunglasses with an upturned frame, perfectly resembling Choi Min-sik's character from "Old Boy" and allowing him some more time to look for the new medicine alone.

During this time Yeo-chi was also dressed in tatters and watching these two running around together looking so pitiful brought smiles to viewers' faces.

In this episode, Yoo-bang and Yeo-chi also cornered the suspect they saw kill Ho-hae, but afterward the fugitive was able to avoid identification by the police, drawing viewers in.

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