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[Spoiler] "Temptation" Choi Ji-woo, the real reason

2014/07/15 Source

Choi Ji-woo revealed why she suggested the contract.

On the second episode of the SBS drama "Temptation", Yoo Se-yeong (Choi Ji-woo) and Cha Seok-hoon (kwon Sang-woo) drank some wine the day before they closed the deal.

They started talking about private matters. Cha Seok-hoon showed great trust in Na Hong-joo (Park Ha-sun) and Yoo Se-yeong looked at him peculiarly.

Yoo Se-yeong told him about her childhood. She said that she didn't understand her fellow friends who built sandcastles and explained that it seemed pointless to build something that was going to eventually fall.

Yoo Se-yeong said, "I wanted to become a conflict between you and Na Hong-joo. I wanted to test your trust, love, and connection to see how weak it is".

Cha Seok-hoon said, "I know what you're telling me is honest, but I don't feel good about it". Yoo Se-yeong said, "That's right. I get told I'm a jerk. Call your wife and resolve things. There's no woman who would understand this".

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