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[Spoiler] Yoo Ah-in gets close to Han Seung-yeon to make Kim Tae-hee jealous

2013/06/17 | 2452 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Soon (Sook-jong/ Yoo Ah-in) suspected the relationship between Jang Ok-jeong (Kim Tae-hee) and Lee Hang (Lee Sang-yeob).

On the twenty-first episode of the SBS drama "Jang Ok-jeong" on the 17th, Lee Soon started to become suspicious when he saw Jang Ok-jeong and Lee Hang together. He expressed his discomfort by saying, "Since when did I have to announce that I am coming into the palace? I came by to see you and since you have company, I'll let you two talk".

Lee Soon was shooting arrows when Sook Bin-choi (Han Seung-yeon) appeared and was cold towards her until he saw Jang Ok-jeong approach. He then became nice to Sook Bin-choi and touched her.

Jang Ok-jeong turned around with tears in her eyes and Lee Soon became cold once again.

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