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[Spoiler] "Suspicious Housekeeper" Kim So-hyun feels betrayed by Lee Sung-jae

2013/10/07 | 685 views | Permalink | Source

Kim So-hyun couldn't help but be shocked at Lee Sung-jae's propose ring.

Han-kyeol (Kim So-hyun) found out that her father Sang-cheol (Lee Sung-jae) was going to propose to his girlfriend Song-hwa (Wang Ji-hye) on the episode of the SBS drama "Suspicious Housekeeper".

He bought a ring for her but had to go back. Han-kyeol had come to the hotel room he was staying at and got furious when she saw the ring. He was trying to get married when her mother had just committed suicide after finding out he had been cheating on her.

"You are proposing to her? When's the wedding? Are you going to send us an invitation?" she leered at him. "You are hopeless".

He asked if there was any reason she came here and she replied, "Forget it".

When Park Bok-nyeo (Choi Ji-woo) came in to get papers signed he expressed his complex feelings to her.

Meanwhile, Sang-cheol kneeled in front of Eo Jin-mo (Bang Eun-hee) to save Doo-kyeol (Chae Sang-woo).

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