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[Spoiler] "Encounter" Song Hye-kyo's Forced Marriage With Jang Seung-jo

2019/01/10 | 4495 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Encounter", Cha Soo-hyeon (Song Hye-kyo) was put in a path of choices and reminisced about the past.

Cha Soo-hyeon had to unwillingly attend her ex-father-in-law's death anniversary according to the terms of the divorce contract she was forced to sign by her ex-mother-in-law Kim Hwa-jin (Cha Hwa-yun). However, Kim Jin-hyeok (Park Bo-gum) had invited her to his family gathering on the same day.

Kim Jin-hyeok told her his family gathering had been cancelled when it really wasn't and Cha Soo-hyeon saw threw his lie. She recalled when she got married. The scene of the wedding only showed Cha Soo-hyeon from the back in the beginning, evolved into the her seeing her husband and father-in-law off for work in the morning.

In the past, Cha Soo-hyeon had long hair and she looked lifeless. In the end, Cha Soo-hyeon chose to go to Kim Jin-hyeok's family gathering and they ended the scene with a hug.

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