'Big' Gong Yoo Spends $700,000 in Just One Day!
By Staff Writer | June 13, 2012 03:03 PM EDT
KBS drama 'Big,’ aired on June 12 showed Kang Kyung Joon in Seo Yoon Jae's body (Gong Yoo) making a drastic move without consulting it with Gil Da Ran (Lee Min Jung).
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As a result of his uncle, Kang Kyung Joon was about to lose the one last thing he had; which was his house. Not wanting to lose the house, he bought the house with all of Seo Yoon Jae's money that he had saved up. The total amount for the house was $780,000 (910 million Won). When Seo Yoon Jae's fiancé, Gil Da Ran finds out, she is so shocked that she doesn't know how to react. Even though they were planning on buying a house after they get married, the fact that $700,000 just flew out of the bank account without any discussion beforehand is not something easy to get over.
Surprisingly, Kang Kyung Joon in Seo Yoon Jae's body acts really cool about everything. He says, 'Weren't you planning to buy a house with Seo Yoon Jae anyway?'
Gil Da Ran was furious at first but finally forgives him because of his situation and decides to decorate the house for after Seo Yoon Jae and Gil Da Ran get married.
Also during this episode, Gil Da Ran notices that something iffy is going on between Seo Yoon Jae and Lee Se Young (Jang Hee Jin). Seo Yoon Jae kept trying to hide the truth from Gil Da Ran but it seems as though the truth will eventually come out and cause some drama.
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