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[Spoiler] "Scandal" Ki Tae-young betrays Park Sang-min

2013/10/06 Source

Ki Tae-young let out his anger on Park Sang-min.

On the thirtieth episode of the MBC weekend drama "Scandal", Koo Jae-in (Ki Tae-young) exploded on the Jang Tae-ha (Park Sang-min).

Koo Jae-in realized that Jang Tae-ha had leaned towards Ha Eun-joong (Kim Jae-won) and started to take revenge on his father. Koo Jae-in defended Yoon Hwa-yeong's (Shin Eun-kyung) divorce and started betraying the company slowly.

Jang Tae-ha expressed his anger to him and asked him why he turned away and backstabbed him. Koo Jae-in's answer was unexpected; he wanted to be Jang Tae-ha's son.

Koo Jae-in said, "I want to be your son so I'm going to steal it. It's not mine so I will become your son even if I have to steal it. I made you come to me, didn't I? My heart aches because of you, but am I not your son? I don't have your blood in me but it beats harder because of you".

Jang Tae-ha just stared at Koo Jae-in without a word. Now he knew that Koo Jae-in wanted nothing more than to be acknowledged by him.

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