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[Spoiler] 'Marriage Contract' portrays Lee Seo-jin's sorrow being second wife's son

2016/03/13 | Permalink | Source

In the drama "Marriage Contract", Lee Seo-jin recalled his sorrowful childhood which has touched the viewers.

In the 4th episode of MBC weekend drama "Marriage Contract" (written by Jeong Yoo-kyeong, directed by Kim Jin-min-I), aired on the 13th, Han Ji-hoon (Lee Seo-jin) recalled his childhood growing up as a second wife's son after realizing the relationship between Kang Hye-soo (UEE) and Cha Eun-seong (Shin Rin-ah).

Han Ji-hoon tried to get closer to Cha Eun-seong with ice cream and balloons, but Cha Eun-seoung cried saying, "I don't like him!" Han Ji-hoon recalled his childhood left alone right after.

Han Ji-hoon is a second son of Han Nam FnB Company's CEO Han Seoung-gook (Kim Yong-gun). His mother is not Yoon Seon-young (Park Jung-soo) the first wife, but the second wife, Oh Mi-ran (Lee Hui-Hwang). 

Han Ji-hoon's past showed that he was harsh to his mother, Oh Mi-ran being the second wife and feeling neglected by Yoon Seon-young.

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