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[Spoiler] 'Twenty Again' Park Hyo-joo is shocked to confirm Choi Won-young and Choi Ji-woo are a married couple

2015/10/02 Source

On the 11th episode of tvN's Friday & Saturday drama, "Twenty Again", Kim I-jin (Park Hyo-joo) saw Kim Woocheol (Choi Woon-yeong)'s family register and confirmed Ha No-ra (Choi Ji-woo) was Kim Woocheol's wife.

Kim I-jin showed the record to Kim Woocheol and asked him, "Is this Ha No-ra the one whom I think I know?".

Kim Woocheol answered, "Yes, Ha No-ra owns me legally".

Kim I-jin asked him, "You didn't know she was attending the school? I'm more appalled because you didn't tell me about it".

Kim Woocheol continued on, "I-jin, will you even be able to breathe in Woojin University? Your mentality is too weak". He was trying to make her to quit school. He excused himself brazenly that he was not going to do the project with Cha Hyeon-seok (Lee Sang-yoon) because he was from the same high school as his wife. He also tried to assure her that there was no one who knew about her.

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