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[Spoiler] "Wok of Love" Cha Joo-young Insults and Leaves Lee Junho

2018/05/08 | 429 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the new SBS drama "Wok of Love", Seok Dal-hee (Cha Joo-young) broke up with Seo Poong (Lee Junho).

Seok Dal-hee said, "I just went and got the rest of my things. Do you want to say you dumped me or I dumped you? We haven't even registered our marriage yet. I can pretend I was crazy and started an affair the moment we left on our honeymoon".

Seo Poong asked, "Who is he and when did it start?" but she replied, "What does that matter? I just don't want to be next to you right now".

Seo Poong said, "I can't give you up. Your father raised you selling noodles. Your father passed away asking me to take care of you". Seok Dal-hee said, "I was ashamed of my father selling noodles and I think I'll be ashamed of my child's father selling noodles too".

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