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[Spoiler] "I Do" Kim Sun-ah surprised at pregnancy

2012/06/07 | Permalink | Source

"I Do, I Do" Kim Sun-ah was pregnant.

Hwang Ji-an (Kim Sun-ah) realized she was pregnant on the fourth episode of the MBC drama "I Do, I Do".

Hwang Ji-an apologized to Park Tae-kang (Lee Jang-woo) for what she misunderstood. She had misunderstood that he spread the rumors about them spending a night together. Actually it was his friend who did and Hwang Ji-an apologized to Tae-kang.

Late at night at the office, the two started bickering again. While running around the office in joy, Hwang Ji-an suddenly fell on the spot. Tae-kang took her to the hospital as she was in pain holding her stomach.

The doctor said, "You came close to abortion". Hwang Ji-an disbelieved what she heard and the doctor repeated, "You are pregnant".

Meanwhile, Hwang Ji-an spent a night with Park Tae-kang once after drinking.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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