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[Spoiler] "Yawang" Kwon Sang-woo declares war on Soo Ae

2013/02/05 | 568 views | Permalink | Source

kwon Sang-woo declared war on Soo Ae.

Ha-ryu (kwon Sang-woo) set his mind to take revenge on Joo Da-hae (Soo Ae) who caused their daughter Eun-byeol's (Park Min-ha) death in SBS drama "Yawang".

Ha-ryu studied hard to apply to Bekhak Group and not only did he pass but he achieved his bachelor's degree in prison in just 2 years.

Ha-ryu sued her for fraud to lure her in and she came to see him to get cancellation.

Ha-ryu said, "I wanted to tell you this myself. I have 3 months left before I am out of here. You are changed and I am too. You'll know soon. Work harder and get higher so that when you fall, you feel the pain even worse. You are falling to hell. I will open the doors to hell for you" and handed her the letter of cancellation.

Ha-ryu decided to seduce Baek Do-hoon's (Yunho) sister Baek Do-kyeong (Kim Sung-ryung) by memorizing information about her and officially started his plans for revenge.

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