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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Park Joo-hyung explodes at Lee Seo-jin and Kim Hee-sun

2014/03/23 | Permalink | Source

On the tenth episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama "Very Good Times", Kang Dong-seok (Lee Seo-jin) and Cha Hae-won (Kim Hee-sun) started a fake relationship.

Dong-seok went to Hae-won's house for their first date and touched her lips saying, "You should've just left the lipstick on. She told him, "Seung-hoon (Park Joo-hyung) is behind us".

They got closer and closer to each other to provoke him and Seung-hoon yelled, "What the hell are you doing? A prosecutor like yourself is seducing someone else's woman. Do you want to go to prison for adultery?"

Dong-seok said, "She's my woman, not yours. You dumped her. Also, a prosecutor has all the right to show affection to the woman he loves. You should learn your vocabulary before making threats. Adultery? I could have you in for false charges".

Meanwhile, Hae-won suffered from memories of the past with Dong-seok.

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