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[Spoiler]"Bachelor's Vegetable Store" Ji Chang-wook loses a truck to Jang Hang-sun

2012/01/19 Source

Channel A drama "Bachelor's Vegetable Store" featured Ji Chang-wook losing his truck to Jang Hang-sun and being at risk of losing his job.

To break apart Han Tae-yang (Ji Chang-wook) from Mok Ga-eun (Wang Ji-hye), Choi Kang-seon (Hwang Shin-hye) ordered her assistant to offer Jeong Goo-gwang (Jang Hang-sun), the owner of the market, a very good deal in return for chasing out Tae-yang.

Han Tae-yang went to plead to Jeong Goo-gwang when he didn't have a truck to haul his vegetables. However, Jeong said, "If I chase you out, I get a good deal. I can't lend you the truck again. Get out of my vegetable shop".

His daughter Park Soo-jin pleaded with her father to let him stay but this was in vain as well.

Tae-yang cried at the empty truck, and Mok Ga-eun, who realized what was going on, hugged him from the back and comforted him.

Meanwhile, Mok Ga-eun proceeded with her father's company's foundation project.

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