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[Spoiler] "Mom" Lee Moon-shik makes decision for loved ones

2016/01/17 | Permalink | Source

Heo Sang-soon (Lee Moon-shik) found out that his daughter Ha-na (Kim Su-an) wasn't his but his wife Kim Yoon-hee's (Jang Seo-hee) between her past lover Min Tae-heon (Shin Sung-woo).

Heo Sang-soon couldn't deal with the pain in his heart while he recollected what it took for him to get to where he is now with his wife.

Heo Seong-soon watched his daughter who didn't know anything and whom he wanted beside him and then he looked at his wife who he resented.

He then went to see Min Tae-heon to confirm this fact and things got physical when the two of them wanted their daughter.

After realising that Min Tae-heon also couldn't give up his daughter as well, he made a decision that was right for both Kim Yoon-hee and Ha-na.

Heo Sang-soon told Kim Yoon-hee, "You go to Min Tae-seok who you love. I can let you go but not Ha-na".

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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