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[Spoiler] "My Husband Got a Family" Kim Nam-joo changes her mind

2012/07/08 Source

On the fortieth episode of the weekend KBS 2TV drama "My Husband Got a Family", Yoon-hee (Kim Nam-joo) was weakened by the sound of ' mother '.

Gwi-nam asked Yoon-hee to go and meet Ji-hwan who was in a police station in Seoul after having been lost. She met him sitting in a corner and asked him, "Why didn't you tell anyone that you were going out? Let's go to my house first and then the orphanage tomorrow".

Ji-hwan said and did nothing but cry and Yoon-hee started walking off on her own. Ji-hwan then ran up to her and called her "mommy", running up to her and hugging her.

Yoon-hee was surprised and kept saying she wasn't his mother but she felt herself tearing up as he called her 'mommy' and implied a change of mind about adopting.

Meanwhile, Mak-rae (Kang Bu-ja) suspected Yang-sil (Na Young-hee) about Gwi-nam's disappearance.

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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