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[Spoiler] "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!" Yang Mi-kyung is pregnant

2014/04/27 | 1654 views | Permalink | Source

Yang Mi-kyung gave up committing suicide when she learned she was pregnant.

On the sixth episode of the MBC weekend drama "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!", Ok-soo (Yang Mi-kyung) tried to kill herself.

She felt like there was no place for her at home after her husband died. She was certain that In-hwa (Kim Hye-ok) was responsible for the car accident which killed him, but there was no evidence and her family covered for her. Ok-soo packed up her things and said goodbye.

She decided to do something extreme. She stood on a cliff and said, "Honey, thank you for everything; I have no regrets". She was about to take off her shoes when she suddenly felt sick. She realized right away she was pregnant, then cried for joy. The baby stopped her from killing herself.

Meanwhile, "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!" is about the exchanged fates of two women.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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