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[Spoiler] "Scandal" Kim Jae-won and Ki Tae-young meet at last

2013/07/14 | 636 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Jae-won and Ki Tae-young met at last.

On the sixth episode of the MBC drama "Scandal" showed Jang Eun-joong (Ki Tae-young) meeting Ha Eun-joong (Kim Jae-won). Ha Eun-joong arrested Jang Joo-ha (Kim Gyu-ri) for car theft and Jang Eun-joong went to the police station to bail her out.

The two Eun-joong's with different fates met when they were younger but didn't remember each other. Jang Eun-joong was curious about the detective who had the same name as he and Ha Eun-joong didn't show any kind of emotion.

Previously, Jang Eun-joong had seen Ha Eun-joong's name on his sister Ha Soo-yeong's (Han Groo) resume when she went for the interview at his law firm and through Woo Ah-mi (Jo Yoon-hee) who was there to ask for compensation of the vendor stall that was destroyed by Ha Eun-joong.

In the end, Jang Eun-joong got to meet Ha Eun-joong. He said, "It looks like we're going to see each other again in the future".

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