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[Spoiler] "Lookout" Lee Si-young makes confession to Kim Young-kwang

2017/06/05 | 650 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Si-young confessed to Kim Young-kwang about her daughter.

On the latest two episodes of the MBC drama "Lookout", Jo Soo-ji (Lee Si-young) began suspecting the captain.

She followed Gong Kyeong-soo's (Key) trial and followed him into the chapel.

Jo Soo-ji thought Jang Do-han (Kim Young-kwang) was the priest. He told her to confess and she asked, "What about the others? There was a man before me". The priest said, "We have a right to keep the secrets of others".

Jo Soo-ji told him, "I'm not ready yet. I'll come back when I AM." She stopped in her tracks and asked, "Do you pray for others? I have sinned so terribly I need someone else to do it for me".

"I had a daughter, but I wish she was happy where she is now. I have sinned as a mother, but I didn't do anything embarrassing. So I wish she was still proud of me. I wish she came to my dream sometimes to show me her face. That's all". Jang Do-han said, "I will pray for your daughter".

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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