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[Spoiler] "Marry Him If You Dare" Yoon Eun-hye and Lee Dong-gun's son, something wrong?

2013/11/18 | 1090 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Myung-gil hinted something wrong with Lee Dong-gun and Yoon Eun-hye's offspring.

On the eleventh episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Marry Him If You Dare", big Mi-rae (Choi Myung-gil) and Kim Sin (Lee Dong-gun) faced each other.

They met thanks to her brother Na Joo-hyeon (Oh Jung-se) and she told him, "You have to listen to me. You will marry her and have a child. He's called Gun, the son I loved the most in this world".

"You have to believe me" she said and revealed that she was the Na Mi-rae he was going to marry.

The preview then hinted that something would go wrong with their future child.

Meanwhile, Park Se-joo (Jung Yong-hwa) went to see Na Mi-rae to confess his everything but overheard her saying that she liked Kim Sin and then became disappointed.

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