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[Spoiler] "Lee Soon-sin is the Best" IU learns the truth

2013/06/02 | 586 views | Permalink | Source

IU was shocked at who Lee Mi-sook was.

On the twenty-sixth episode of KBS 2TV weekend drama "Lee Soon-sin is the Best", Jeong-ae (Go Doo-shim) revealed to Lee Soon-shin (IU) that Song Mi-ryeong (Lee Mi-sook) was her mother.

Jeong-ae told Soon-shin, "There's a mother who gave birth to you. But I've never though of you as anything but my own. I just want you to know that".

Soon-shin said in disbelief, "It can't be that I'm not your daughter. Then who gave birth to me?" Soon-shin saw Song's press conference and couldn't believe it. She said, "I don't believe it. Who is my mother? How can Song Mi-ryeong be my mother?"

She was angry and sad at Jeong-ae as she said, "Why are you saying I have another mother when all this while I thought you were my mother?"

Meanwhile, Song Mi-ryeong revealed the existence of her daughter at the press conference.

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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