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[Spoiler] "Blow Breeze" Lee Hwi-hyang throws water on Im Soo-hyang

2017/02/05 | 736 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Hwi-hyang knew Im Soo-hyang hid the fact about her daughter but didn't make her get divorced because she wanted the wealth.

On the latest episode of the MBC weekend drama "Blow Breeze", Ma Cheong-ja (Lee Hwi-hyang) made a deal with her daughter-in-law Park Sin-ae (Im Soo-hyang).

Kim Deok-cheon (Byun Hee-bong) witnessed Ma Cheong-jae fighting with Park Sin-ae and was shocked to learn that Park Sin-ae wasn't real and Ma Cheong-ja had hidden that fact. Kim Deok-cheon passed out in shock but he needed surgery right away.

Ma Cheong-jae thought of another plan. She asked Park Sin-ae for a talk but she was so mad when she saw her face that she threw water on it.

She said to Park Sin-ae, "I allow you to raise Eugene on your own here. However, don't let Hee-dong adopt her. And when you become the heiress, you must give me half the money".

Park Sin-ae signed her name on the deal. Ma Cheong-jae was against her son Jo Hee-bong getting divorced.

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