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[Spoiler] Jo Min-soo drives out the in-law's

2013/09/29 | 594 views | Permalink | Source

Song Ji-sun (Jo Min-soo) was infuriated when her mother-in-law Byeon Ae-ja (Sung Byung-sook) ruined her wedding meeting on the twenty-eighth episode of the SBS weekend drama "Goddess of Marriage".

Song Ji-sun chatted with her in-law to-be Chairwoman Jin (Ban Hyo-jung) who said, "I like Min-jeong (Lee Se-young). Didn't chief Kwon (Jang Young-nam) make this happen? I don't trust people easily but I trust chief Kwon. I Like You too. I like a woman with skills".

However, Noh Seung-soo (Jang Hyun-sung) sent his parents to the meeting and caused a ruckus. Byeon Ae-ja yelled at her daughter-in-law the moment she saw her, "Why are you sitting here? You left your husband, child and in-laws".

Chairwoman Jin left that instant and Byeon Ae-ja said, "It's been a year now and I don't see how you can leave your child even though your husband had a fling. I wouldn't even be able to hold up my head".

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