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[Spoiler] "Gu Family Book" Choi Jin-hyuk here to get rid of his son

2013/05/21 | 813 views | Permalink | Source

Goo Wol-ryeong (Choi Jin-hyuk) told Monk Sojung why he had come back on the fourteenth episode of the MBC drama "Gu Family Book".

He saw Choi Kang-chi (Lee Seung-gi) and told the Monk that he had seen a strange creature. Sojung told him, "He's the son you and Yoon Seo-hwa gave birth to".

Goo Wol-ryeong asked what happened to her and he said, "She died shortly after he was born". Goo Wol-ryeong responded, "That's too bad, I wanted to kill her myself. You asked me why I returned? To destroy everything" and attacked him.

Sojung came around and mumbled, "No, Kang-chi..." When Kang-chi came to visit, the Monk told him to run away. He's trying to kill you. Hide where he can't find you".

At the same time, Dam Yeo-wool went into the woods to find Choi Kang-chi but ran into Goo Wol-ryeong.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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