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[Spoiler] "Goddess of Marriage" Nam Sang-mi confesses

2013/07/07 | 882 views | Permalink | Source

Nam Sang-mi confessed to Lee Seol-hee.

MBC weekend drama "Goddess of Marriage" showed Kim Yeon-soo (Lee Seol-hee) coming up to Seoul to see her husband Jeong Dae-hyeon (Park Wan-gyoo).

Kim Yeon-soo demanded an explanation from Song Ji-hye (Nam Sang-mi) when she heard she was getting married to Kang Tae-wook (Kim Ji-hoon-I).

Song Ji-hye hesitated for a long time and started off by saying, "I don't think I love Tae-wook" to explain her feelings for Kim Hyeon-woo (Lee Sang-woo).

Kim Yeon-soo said, "I didn't have confidence in the man I chose before marriage. You should have faith in who you choose".

Song Ji-hye said, "It was a short time but I felt like I was becoming one with this man. Like we'd promised each other something before we came down to earth. Like a soul mate".

Meanwhile, Kwon Eun-hee (Jang Young-nam) secretly followed Noh Seung-soo (Jang Hyun-sung) on his business trip.

Source : www.fnnews.com/newsvi...

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