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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Kim Hee-sun witnesses a fling

2014/06/29 | Permalink | Source

Kim Hee-sun witnessed Choi Hwa-jung's fiance with someone else.

On the thirty-eighth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Very Good Times", Cha Hae-won (Kim Hee-sun) found out the secret of Han, who was going to marry Ha Yeong-chun (Choi Hwa-jung).

Ha Yeong-chun confessed to Han that she wasn't Kang Tae-sup's (Kim Young-chul-I) wife but instead his girlfriend. Still, she was surprised at Han's proposal. She was about to leave Kang Tae-sup's house because he was neglecting her and hoped that Kang Dong-hee (Ok Taecyeon) could be with his own family.

Ha Yeong-chun only told Cha Hae-won her deep thoughts and told Kang Dong-jin (Lee Seo-jin) to make Kang Dong-hee stay. Cha Hae-won told Kang Dong-seok Ha Yeong-chun's plans and struggled to make things right with the family.

However, Cha Hae-won witnessed Han who was supposed to marry Ha Yeong-chun. In fact, Kang Dong-seok was after Han, the fraud.

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