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[Spoiler] "Maids", Oh Ji-ho's mother killed by Chae Gook-hee

2015/03/01 | 670 views | Permalink | Source

Hae-sang (Chae Gook-hee) killed the old mother in the middle of the night on the episode of the JTBC drama "Maids".

Moo-myeong (Oh Ji-ho) discovered this and asked why she did the dirty work herself to which he was replied, "I did what I had to do". She was surprised by his appearance.

Moo-myeong asked if the child Byeong-pan was looking for was in their party and Hae-sang asked why he asked such a question.

Moo-myeong said, "I have to report to Byeong-pan. Don't do things yourself from now on. Let me do it". The witness to prove that Moo-myeong was Lee Bang-won's child was gone.

Meanwhile, Hae-sang lied to Kim Chi-kwon (Kim Kap-soo) as well. She said hat the pin that she was asked to find wasn't with the old lady she killed. She said she didn't know where it was, but it turned out that she had it in her hands.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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