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[Spoiler] Soo Ae angers at Jung Yoo-mi's text

2011/12/12 | 700 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Seo-yeon (Soo Ae) angered at the message that came to Park Ji-hyeong (Kim Rae-won) from Noh Hyang-gi (Jung Yoo-mi).

On the seventeenth episode of SBS drama "A Thousand Days' Promise", Noh Hyang-gi sent a greeting message to Park Ji-hyeong.

Lee Seo-hyeon stole a look at the message. Noh Hyang-gi told him about the minor things that happened and that she went out to see a man her parents set her up with. She also asked, "How is her health?"

Seo-yeon didn't like what she was reading. Her former colleagues and her cousin came over to her house but she was still very dazed. She looked depressed.

When everyone returned home, Ji-hyeong realized that she was being so down because of the text message. He told her, "I haven't been in contact with her. She text me for the first time".

Lee Seo-yeon then answered, "Are you two waiting for me to die?' Ji-hyeong tried to calm her down saying, "We are married and are about to have a child soon, what are you talking about?" Lee Seo-yeon said, "Noh Hyang-gi is still looking at you" and replied back to the text message.

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