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[Spoiler] "Let's Watch the Sunset" Han Hye-jin Confesses

2018/04/04 | 267 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episodes of the MBC drama "Let's Watch the Sunset", Kim Do-young (Yoon Sang-hyun) was in agony after Hyun-joo asked for a divorce. Bae Hee-joon (Han Kyu-won-I) offered some advice to Do-young, but Do-young told him, "Don't give me advice when you haven't been stuck between two women before".

Hyun-joo was playing in the park with her daughter (Lee Na-yoon) when she suddenly collapsed. When she woke up, she tried to fool her daughter it was a joke but soon told her, "I might die soon, I'm sorry Saet-byul" and cried with her.

Hyun-joo promised Jang Suk-joon (Kim Tae-hoon) that she'd get treatment under the condition that he tried to revive her after she died as well. She was worried her sickness might be genetic and pass onto her daughter.

Hyun-joo recalled the happy times she had with Do-young before the episode ended.

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