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[Spoiler] 'Heard It Through the Grapevine' Yoo Joon-sang puts through paternity test secretly

2015/02/24 | 698 views | Permalink | Source

Yoo Joon-sang acted cold when Go Ah-sung delivered a baby boy.

On the February 24th episode of SBS drama, 'Heard It Through the Grapevine', Seo Bom (Go Ah-sung) gave a birth to a baby right after she came into In-sang (Lee Joon)'s house.

As Seo Bom delivered a baby boy, Jeong-ho (Yoo Joon-sang) and Yeon-hee (Yoo Ho-jung) happened to have a grandson as well as a daughter-in-law all of sudden and they felt anxious. They regarded her as an unwelcome guest.

Jeong-ho found a doctor and asked the doctor for paternity test secretly. Jeong-ho later revealed his intention he would not acknowledge Seo Bom as his daughter-in-law.

He said, "Until we get the result of the paternity test, we have to do our best to assure her. She needs to feel as if she's being protected fully", which was part of his devious plot. He made In-sang stay at a different place out of their house and tried to separate Seo Bom and In-sang.

In-sang came out of the house at his father's order telling him to go school. In-sang felt perplexed in the situation he was now separated from his wife and son.

It is drawing attention as to how Seo Bom and In-sang will be able to cope with the hidden plot that Jeong-ho and Yeon-hee have planned.

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