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[Spoiler] "Your House Helper" Lee Ji-hoon-I falls for Go Won-hee

2018/07/12 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Your House Helper", Kwon Jin-gook (Lee Ji-hoon-I) and Yoon Sang-ah (Go Won-hee) became entangled with each other.

Yoon Sang-ah styled herself in luxury goods to attend her rival Kim Tae-hee's engagement party. She was going to return the clothes after a day but Kwon Jin-gook spilled wine on her. He apologized and said he would pay her back for damages.

Kim Tae-hee introduced Kwon Jin-gook to Yoon Sang-ah as her brother's childhood friend and lawyer. Then she introduced Yoon Sang-ah as her long time friend. Kwon Jin-gook said, "I thought you were a model, but you're a designer. I am going to pay you back for the clothes so please give me a call".

They exchanged business cards and when he asked her for her account number, she offered to buy him dinner, which pleased him

Kwon Jin-gook is Yoon Sang-ah's rival Kim Tae-hee's first love and the only man who ever turned her down.

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