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[Spoiler] "I Have A Lover" Park Han-byul shocked to discover Kim Hyun-joo's death

2015/10/18 | 2007 views | Permalink | Source

Park Han-byul cried when she heard the news regarding Kim Hyun-joo's death.

SBS "I Have A Lover" is about a woman with no recollection, falling back in love with the ex-husband who she hated so much. It also involves the story of twin sisters reuniting in the worst of situations.

Sully (Park Han-byul) went to Kyu-nam (Kim Chung) to ask about Hae-kang (Kim Hyun-joo). Kyu-nam passed out when she saw Sully. Min Gyu-seok (Lee Jae-yoon) took her inside the house and took care of her.

Sully said, "I think she was shocked to see me. Don't you think you should call Hae-kang? Doesn't she talk to her daughter at all?"

Kyu-seok told her that Hae-kang was dead. Sully couldn't believe her ears. He then told her to watch what she says in the future.

Sully cried her eyes out at the news.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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