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[Spoiler] "When A Man's In Love" Song Seung-heon, decides to marry Chae Jung-an

2013/06/06 | 2220 views | Permalink | Source

Song Seung-heon decided to get married to Chae Jung-an.

On the nineteenth episode of the MBC drama "When A Man's in Love", Han Tae-sang (Song Seung-heon) accepted the proposal from Baek Seong-joo (Chae Jung-an) who only had eyes for him.

Han Tae-sang was accused of having something to do with the death of the man who had an affair with his mother Yoon Hong-ja (Jung Young-sook). The police questioned him and the stockholders of Golden Tree started to talk. Baek Seong-joo was sure that he was going to be saved or she would save him.

Han Tae-sang was grateful for her concerns and she said, "I still love you very much. I disturbed you on purpose and looked for your mother and sibling without you knowing. Let's get married. Stay by my side so we both won't be cold".

Han Tae-sang had not budged at a single word of hers but this time he said, "Sure, let's do that".

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