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[Spoiler] "Blow Breeze" Im Soo-hyang cries fake because of Han Kap-soo

2017/01/15 | 920 views | Permalink | Source

Im Soo-hyang denied what Han Kap-soo said.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Blow Breeze", Kim Dae-hoon (Han Kap-soo) returned to Kim Deok-cheon (Byun Hee-bong).

Kim Deok-cheon found Kim Dae-hoon at the police station and cried. Kim Dae-hoon returned home alone and said, "Park Sin-ae (Im Soo-hyang) went out saying it was a surprise party for you're her father's birthday".

Park Sin-ae was surprised and said, "Were you dreaming? I was in the office because of an important thing". However, Kim Dae-hoon got angry at her and said, "Why are you lying? That's not what you said". The family told Kim Dae-hoon to get some rest as he might be in shock.

Jo Dal-ho (Lee Jong-won) asked Sin-ae if she really did say that and Park Sin-ae denied it. Ma Cheong-ja (Lee Hwi-hyang) comforted Park Sin-ae and said, "How did you come back alive? You're tough".

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