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[Spoiler] "Wealthy Son" Lee Kyu-han Kisses Kim Joo-hyun

2018/07/22 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Wealthy Son", Nam Tae-il (Lee Kyu-han) suggested to Kim Young-ha (Kim Joo-ha) that they work together again.

He said, "Lee Kwang-jae (Kim Ji-hoon-I) has the wrong idea about me. He thinks I handed the recipe book to someone else".

However, Kim Young-ha refused him. He thought it was because of Lee Kwang-jae and said, "That's not love for Kwang-jae. It only looks like you sympathize him because he became penniless overnight".

Kim Young-ha said, "I don't think like you. I can't work with you because you're not as nice to me as you were in the past".

Later, Nam Tae-il got drunk and called Kim Young-ha to say, "Why does it have to be Kwang-jae for you. I am going to succeed and make you regret it".

Park Seo-hee (Yang Hye-ji) was listening outside and went into the office when it became quiet. Nam Tae-il thought she was Kim Young-ha and forcefully kissed her.

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