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[Spoiler] "You're Too Much" Jung Gyu-woon grabs Kang Tae-oh by the collar

2017/07/02 | 673 views | Permalink | Source

Park Hyeon-joon (Jung Gyu-woon) held Lee Kyeong-soo (Kang Tae-oh) by the collars on the latest episode of the MBC drama "You're Too Much".

Park Hyeon-joon showed a picture of Yoo Jina (Uhm Jung-hwa) to Lee Kyeong-soo and said, "Do you know why I am ignorant towards your mother? If you don't give me the letter I'll give this photo to every press there is. Stay away from Park Seong-hwan (Jung Gyu-woon). Just give me the letter and disappear".

Yoo Jina said, "That's the end of you too" and Park Hyeon-joon said, "It's alright, I'm ready".

When Lee Kyeong-soo listened to Park Seong-hwan's orders to leave, Park Hyeon-joon grabbed him by the collars and threatened, "I need to know how my mother died. Give me the letter". Park Seong-hwan then warned him, "Lay a finger on him and I'll give him all my shares",

Park Hyeon-joon threatened to kill Lee Kyeong-soo and Park Seong-hwan stopped him.

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