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Protect the Boss
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After hearing about Na Yun's feelings, Mu Won is in conflict. Seeing him falter, Na Yun is hurt and walks away from him, telling him to leave her alone. However, a good-mannered Mu Won can't let a woman go home by herself and runs after her. As Na Yun arrives home, she clings on to Myung Ran and burst into tears. Eun Sul calls the civil society administrator and tells him what to do in case someone impersonating her calls up. Alert, Eun Sul deliberates who the conspirator that's setting her up is.

  • Runtime: 1 hr 6 min
  • Quality: HD
  • Studio: SBS
  • Amazon rating: 4

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