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[Spoiler] "This Is Family" Kim Sang-kyung mixes up Kim Hyun-joo as Kim Yong-gun's girlfriend

2014/08/17 | 586 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Sang-kyung misconceived Kim Hyun-joo as his father's girlfriend.

On the second episode of the KBS 2TV drama "This Is Family", Moon Tae-joo (Kim Sang-kyung) witnessed his father Moon Dae-oh (Kim Yong-gun) and Cha Kang-sim (Kim Hyun-joo) having a pleasant time. Even though Kang-sim was running late, she was saving time for Baek Seol-hee (Na Young-hee), who was actually seeing Moon Dae-oh.

Baek Seol-hee had arrived and as Cha Kang-sim was leaving the restaurant, she ran into Moon Tae-joo and tried to cover up for Baek Seol-hee. Moon Tae-joo asked her, "What's your relationship with him (my father)? Is there another position you're filling in for besides being head of secretary?"

Moon Tae-joo said, "If you are thinking of something more than your job, you'd better think again". He then started to look up her background.

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