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[Spoiler] "Drama Special - Pinocchio's Nose" Lee Yoo-ri mad at her father, why?

2016/11/27 | 711 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Yoo-ri was mad at the father who came to see her on the episode of the KBS 2TV "Drama Special - Pinocchio's Nose".

Yoon Da-jeong (Lee Yoo-ri) answered her phone and Yoon Da-rae (Mi Ram) said, "Did you know that the statute of limitations of the man who killed mom is almost over?" Yoon Da-jeong hung up the phone.

Yoon Dae-ra went to Yoon Da-jeong's apartment. Da-jeong was annoyed and got mad when she saw her father who was standing in the hallway.

Yoon Da-rae scolded Da-jeong and Yoon Nam-ho told her not to scold Da-jeong.

Da-ra asked, "How long are you going to turn your back on father? After the limitations are over?"

Da-jeong couldn't look her father in the eye and remembered what happened 15 years ago. Her mother disappeared after getting caught cheating and her father was blamed for killing her.

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