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[Spoiler] "The Wang Family" Oh Hyun-kyung, dream on and be cheated on

2013/11/17 | Permalink | Source

Oh Hyun-kyung was dreaming of having an affair with her wealthy ex-boyfriend.

On the twenty-fourth episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama, "The Wang Family", Soo-bak (Oh Hyun-kyung) eagerly tried to seduce the current director of the company and her ex-lover Woo-dae.

She asked him questions like, "Why did you get divorced?", "How old is your kid?", "Who's raising her?", "Do you see her?" and more. When he asked if she was jealous she said, "You crazy?". He told her to bug off and left his seat to answer a call from a woman.

Soo-bak looked struck down and Woo-dae said, "The Soo-bak is jealous of such women". He then mentioned an investment and asked if she wanted in.

Soo-bak openly responded and he told her that she would be a part of it with a high amount and promised to double it in a month. Soo-bak fell for it and asked if he really would double it.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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