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[Spoiler] "Bridal Mask" Song Ok-sook dies for her son

2012/06/13 Source

Shin Hyun-joon's identity was discovered by his mother.

Han (Song Ok-sook) discovered her son Lee Kang-san's (Shin Hyun-joon) true identity on the fifth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Bridal Mask".

Lee Kang-san robbed the bank and handed out money to the poor people, then returned home and jumped down from the roof. Han saw that and scolded him.

She told him, "You can't jump from places like that" and discovered the bridal mask that was on the ground.

Han realized her son was the bridal mask and just then Kenji (Park Joo-hyung) barged in. He pointed a gun at hSin Hyeon-joon and said, "I know you are the bridal mask. Try to act crazy".

Han stood in front of her and stopped him. She tried to block out Kenji and his men but was shot in the process with Kenji's gun.

Lee Kang-san wailed in sorrow for his dead mother and Kenji ran to the bank hearing the news that the bridal mask had stolen from the bank.

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