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[Spoiler] "My Only One" Im Ye-jin Thinks Choi Soo-jong Is a Thief

2018/12/23 | 309 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "My Only One", So Yang-ja (Im Ye-jin) mistook Kang Soo-il (Choi Soo-jong) for the thief who stole her money envelope.

Not only that, she even blamed him for stealing her dead husband's Kim Dong-cheol's (Lee Doo-il) money.

Kang Soo-il explained that her husband saved him from drowning when they were in the military and he was only trying to repay the debt, but So Yang-ja didn't believe him and threatened to call the police.

Kim Do-ran (UEE) appeared and said, "He is my father. He thanks you for helping me until now, but how can you treat him like a thief?"

Meanwhile, So Yang-ja was scammed of 300 million won. When her second daughter Kim Mi-ran (Na Hye-mi) and Jang Go-rae (Park Sung-hoon) announced their marriage, she asked her eldest son-in-law Wang Dae-ryook (Lee Jang-woo) for 50 million won.

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