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[Spoiler] "My Only One" Lee Yong-yi Panics

2018/11/25 | 330 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "My Only One", Geum-ok (Lee Yong-yi) found out that her granddaughter's friend Kim Do-ran (UEE) was Kang Soo-il's (Kim Yeong-hoon / Choi Soo-jong) daughter.

After So Yang-jae (Im Ye-jin) met Oh Eun-yeong (Cha Hwa-yeon) about wedding matters, Kim Do-ran followed her out to get a taxi and Geum-ok who happened to see them, recognized So Yang-ja.

Geum-ok knew Kim Do-ran as her granddaughter Yoo Jin's (Im Ji-hyun) friend, but just thought of her with someone with the same name. However, it was clear when she saw So Yang-ja with Kim Do-ran.

Geum-ok said, "Why is she with Do-ran? So this Do-ran was 'the' Do-ran? Oh my goodness what is happening?" She recalled Kim Do-ran who wished she never knew the man her father Kang Soo-il was and Geum-ok said to herself, "She doesn't want to know, so why should I interfere?"

However, Geum-ok is now the only person that knows Kang Soo-il and Kim Do-ran are father and daughter.

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