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[Spoiler] "You're Too Much" Jun Kwang-ryul tells Uhm Jung-hwa, "I won't forgive you"

2017/08/06 | 444 views | Permalink | Source

Jun Kwang-ryul resented Uhm Jung-hwa.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "You're Too Much", Park Seong-hwan (Jun Kwang-ryul) went to see Yoo Jina (Uhm Jung-hwa).

He told her, "You abandoned your son" to which she replied, "I don't resent you anymore". Park Seong-hwan said, "If you hated me so much you shouldn't have announced a divorce but tell the world about me".

Park Seong-hwan asked, "Do you know why you're going to die? For underestimating me and making me look bad for the reason that I loved you. You're the worst of your kind".

"I'm sorry I couldn't love you but what woman could?" Yoo Jina sneered. Park Seong-hwan told her, "It's not a crime to not love me, but wanting something from me is unforgiveable".

Yoo Jina asked him to kill her quickly and he said, "Do you know what I've done for you? You make me so angry. Be sincere and apologize for once".

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