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[Spoiler] "My Healing Love" So Yoo-jin's Birth Secret

2018/12/23 | 226 views | Permalink | Source

On the weekend MBC drama "My Healing Love", Im Chi-woo (So Yoo-jin) turned out to be Chi-yoo.

Jeong Hyo-sil (Ban Hyo-jung) cried over the fact that Im Chi-woo was her granddaughter. She cried saying, "You still have your baby face, I should have recognized you earlier. Choi Jae-hak (Kil Yong-woo) also blamed himself.

Im Chi-woo seemed speechless. She couldn't believe who she was even when she was alone and looking at her picture.

Jeong Hyo-sil worried Im Chi-woo disappeared somewhere. She said, "I can't believe I did that to my precious granddaughter. I hit her and I said nasty things to her. I want to turn back time and give her the things I couldn't give her". Then to Choi Jin-yoo (Yeon Jung-hoon), she said, "If I leave first, you have to take good care of her" and Choi Jin-yoo said, "Do what you want for her and live a long life".

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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