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[Spoiler] "Temptation" Kwon Sang-woo suspects wife Park Ha-sun and Lee Jung-jin

2014/07/21 Source

On the third episode of the SBS drama "Temptation", Na Hong-joo (Park Ha-sun) became a nanny to Kang Min-woo's (Lee Jung-jin) adopted child.

Na Hong-joo was furious at her husband Cha Seok-hoon (kwon Sang-woo) for spending four days away with Yoo Se-yeong (Choi Ji-woo) after getting a billion won from her. Kang Min-woo then suggested Na Hong-joo to become the nanny for his out-of-marriage son Roy.

Na Hong-joo intentionally accepted the offer and decided to spend five days with Roy then return home for the weekend. Kang Min-woo was stressed out because he couldn't tell his wife about Roy and started to rely on Na Hong-joo.

At the end of the episode, Kang Min-woo went by Na Hong-joo's place to pick up Roy while drunk. He offered her some drinks, then suddenly, Cha Seok-hoon drove by the house to see his wife and witnessed the two of them together.

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