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[Spoiler] "Shark" Son Ye-jin thinks of quitting

2013/06/25 Source

Son Ye-jin thought about quitting her job.

On the tenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Shark", Jo Hae-woo (Son Ye-jin) got news from her prosecutor in charge.

A disciplinary committee had been put together when she took a case that might lead her father into being the criminal. They thought she couldn't take on the case anyways.

Jo Hae-woo submitted her form of resignation to her father-in-law and prosecutor general Oh Hyeon-sik (Jung Won-joong). She said, "If I can't take on this case anymore then I don't think I can be a prosecutor anymore. However, thinking about it again, it might seem like I'm running away. When I think this job has no meaning for me then I will leave without a word. Until then, I will do my job as a prosecutor".

She brought her letter of resignation once again.

She gave it to her husband Oh Joon-yeong (Ha Seok-jin). Oh Joon-yeong was surprised she was going to quit. She said, "You keep it for me. That way I will feel relieved. I am going to stay until I get tired of it".

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