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[Spoiler] "The Perfect Wife" Sung Joon softens for Ko So-young

2017/04/11 | 555 views | Permalink | Source

Sung Joon realized he liked Ko So-young.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife", Kang Bong-goo (Sung Joon) revealed his feelings for Sim Jae-bok (Ko So-young).

Kang Bong-goo witnessed Koo Jeong-hee (Yoon Sang-hyun) burning Lee Eun-hee's (Jo Yeo-jung) secret pictures.

He found Sim Jae-bok and pretended he didn't know anything and said, "I thought you might need some company". He then asked her what was wrong and said, "It's alright. I'm here".

Kang Bong-goo then found Koo Jeong-hee and handed him a picture that was only half burnt. He asked, "I saw everything, but can I tell SIm Jae-bok?"

Koo Jeong-hee then said, "No, you won't be able to tell her because you like her".

Kang Bong-goo said, "You're wrong" but he did like her.

Source : star.mk.co.kr/new/vie...

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