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[Spoiler] "Wealthy Son" Kim Ji-hoon-I Gets on His Knees

2018/06/10 | Permalink | Source

Kim Ji-hoon-I apologized to the rioter on the latest episode of the MBC drama "Wealthy Son".

Nam Tae-il (Lee Kyu-han) became annoyed with a protester who was on a one-man strike. He yelled at him saying, "Doing this won't change anything. We have to make money to pay you back".

After Nam Tae-il went inside, Lee Kwang-jae (Kim Ji-hoon-I) came out and said to the protestor, "We will pay you back even if it takes us 10 years or 20 years. We'll pay it all back". However, the protestor didn't listen to a word and Kwang-jae spent a few days outside on his knees.

Nam Tae-il thought he was being stupid and laughed at him. However, the next day, the protestor understood Lee Kwang-jae and took him to the place he worked.

He made Lee Kwang-jae do some work and said, "I really enjoyed your father's food and that's why I invested in him. I want you to pay be back small amounts every month at least".

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