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[Spoiler] "Mama - Nothing to Fear" Song Yoon-ah impressed by Moon Jung-hee who comes running for Yoon Chan-young

2014/09/28 Source

Song Yoon-ah was touched at the fact that Moon Jung-hee came running for Yoon Chan-young.

On the eighteenth episode of the MBC drama "Mama - Nothing to Fear", Groo (Yoon Chan-young) was shaking in fear of the thunder and lightning outside.

Seung-hee (Song Yoon-ah) was in the hospital before she got home to comfort the boy.

Ji-eun (Moon Jung-hee) appeared just then. She'd been worried about Groo. Seung-hee was so touched by the fact that Ji-eun came all the way there in the heavy rain for him.

Seung-hee followed Ji-eun out and said, "I am sorry I bothered you all this while". Later, Ji-eun could but only watch Seung-hee moving.

Meanwhile, "Mama - Nothing to Fear" is about a terminally ill single mother trying to make a family for her only son and becoming friends with the wife of her ex-lover.

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