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[Spoiler] "Shall We Live Together" Kim Kwon and Yoo Dong-geun Still Don't Get Along

2018/06/03 | 492 views | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV weekend drama "Shall We Live Together" solidified its reputation with its lastest episode that came in at 30.5%. The numbers increased by 4.7% and put the drama in the lead.

MBC "Wealthy Son" rated 4.2%, 9.2%, 9.1% and 9.5%.

Moon-sik (Kim Kwon) showed his true nature. Mi-yeon (Jang Mi-hee) gave Moon-sik part of her stocks and said she wanted to live with Hyo-seob (Yoo Dong-geun) in peace. However, Moon-sik felt that he was being abandoned by her. Hyo-seob tried to spend some time with Moon-sik who was disgusted by the thought, but still accepted his offer. He watched Hyo-seob's lecture on shoes and pointed out that it wasn't interesting. Hyo-seob told him he wanted to become a better person and that he wanted to show it, Moon-sik said, "There's no point. You're still beneath my mother and you will never marry her".

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