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[Spoiler] Do Ji-won finds out who UEE is in "Golden Rainbow"

2014/02/16 | Permalink | Source

Do Ji-won who treated UEE like her own daughter, found out she really was. Cha Ye-ryun had pretended to be UEE and was caught.

The thirtieth episode of the MBC weekend drama "Golden Rainbow" showed Yoon Yeong-hye (Do Ji-won) going through her deceased lover Kim Han-joo's (Kim Sang-joong) things and discovered a form stating DNA results.

She found out Han-joo had run DNA tests between her and Kim Baek-won (UEE) and cried in sorrow when she saw that Baek-won was her daughter.

Baek-won was shocked and confused to hear this truth from Yeong-hye. Kim Cheon-won (Cha Ye-ryun) had pretended to be Kang Jeong-sim's (Park Won-sook) granddaughter the entire time and now her identity was revealed.

Seo Jin-ki (Jo Min-ki) and exposed her truth after being let go of the family business because of Kim Baek-won.

Meanwhile, "Golden Rainbow" is about the lives of seven siblings.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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