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[Spoiler] 'Baek-hee is Back' Jin Ji-hee finds out who her father is

2016/06/14 | Permalink | Source

On the Tuesday episode of KBS 2TV's Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Baek-hee is Back' aired on June 14th, Baek-hee (Kang Ye-won) told her daughter Ok-hee (Jin Ji-hee) her birth secret.

On this day, Baek-hee went to the funeral for Beom-ryong (Kim Sung-oh)'s mother, Jeom-rye (Jo Yang-ja). Baek-hee was hiding from Ok-hee that Jeom-rye passed away because she wanted to hide the fact that Beom-ryong was Ok-hee's biological father.

However, Ok-hee found out Jeom-rye died and came to the funeral. Baek-hee tried to send away Ok-hee from the funeral and Beom-ryong tried to stop Baek-hee.

After the two argued, Baek-hee ended up saying, "Ok, Ok-hee, you make a bow and don't go home. Stay here. You keep your place here for your grandmother's funeral. Stay next to your grandma. Ok? Woo Beom-rong, are you happy now? It's like you killed Yang Baek-hee again".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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