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[Spoiler] "When A Man's In Love", Yeon Woo-jin threatens to kill Song Seung-heon

2013/05/29 | 1080 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Jae-hee (Yeon Woo-jin) was furious at Han Tae-sang (Song Seung-heon) at the sight of his unconscious brother Lee Chang-hee (Kim Sung-oh) on the episode of MBC drama "When A Man's in Love".

Jae-hee heard from Yoon Dong-gu (Jo Jae-ryong) that Chang-hee was hurt and went to the hospital to see him unconscious. He cried, "I'm here, open your eyes. Your brother is here!"

Tae-sang walked in that moment and Jae-hee grabbed him by the collars saying, "You did this. You tried to kill him too didn't you? How bad can you be?"

However, it was Yoon Dong-gu who had hurt Chang-hee like that. Chang-hee had found out Dong-gu was stealing company funds and he lost his footing in a brawl with him.

Tae-sang seemed pleading and Jae-hee said, "I will kill you. I'll kill you even if he wakes up".

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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