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[Spoiler] "My Gap-soon" Kim So-eun gets pregnant with Song Jae-rim

2016/08/28 | 7812 views | Permalink | Source

What's going to happen to the Kim So-eun and Song Jae-rim couple?

On the second episode of the SBS weekend drama "My Gap-soon", Sin Gap-soon (Kim So-eun) got pregnant with Heo Gap-dol (Song Jae-rim), her boyfriend of 10 years.

Sin Gap-soon broke up with him on this day saying that dating was a luxury they couldn't afford. She then started to study for teaching certificate examination.

However, she thought her body felt strange and bought a pregnancy test it. She learned that she was pregnant. Her mother In Nae-sim (Go Doo-shim) claimed she had a good dream and that she was going to do well in her examinations but it was actually a birth dream.

Sin Gap-soon returned to Seoul but couldn't go home and wandered around public bath houses. She then went to her sister Jae-soon (Yoo Sun) and told her about her pregnancy.

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