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'I Miss You' Park Yoochun Warns His Father Han Jin Hee

By Staff Writer | December 08, 2012 07:46 PM EST

'I Miss You' Park Yoochun Warns His Father Han Jin Hee

Park Yoochun warns his father Han Jin Hee.

On the Thursday episode of MBC's "I Miss You," Jung Woo (JYJ's Park Yoochun) looks at the phone records of Zoe/Soo Yeon (Yoon Eun Hye). Sang Deuk had stolen her phone previously.

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Jung Woo finds out that Sang Deuk had spoken with Jung Woo's father Tae Jun (Han Jin Hee). Jung Woo says that he will go out and speak to his father and goes to find him at his company.

Tae Jun looks at Jung Woo and says that he doesn't have a son and turns around. Jung Woo asks him why he won't give him a minute, when he talked to Sang Deuk on the phone for 5 minutes. Tae Jun slaps Jung Woo with the documents in his hand and Jung Woo realizes that the documents were the murder case files of Sang Deuk.

Tae Jun says, "You'll never find Soo Yeon," and Jung Woo smiles and says that his father is admitting that she's not dead. Jung Woo says, "I'm not crazy. I wonder who lit that storage place on fire. Why was my phone in your desk? Why did you say that she was dead? Was it for me?"

The drama airs every Wednesday and Thursday.

Tagged :  MBC, I Miss You, JYJ, Yoochun, Han Jin Hee

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