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[Spoiler] "My Only One" Park Sung-hoon Refuses to Break up With Na Hye-mi

2019/02/17 | 556 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama, "My Only One", Na Hong-sil (Lee Hye-sook) was furious that Kim Mi-ran (Na Hye-mi) was at the hospital with her son Jang Go-rae (Park Sung-hoon).

Na Hong-sil insulted Kim Mi-ran and her mother and called Jang Go-rae home privately. She yelled at him about Mi-ran who was the daughter of the man that killed his father.

Jang Go-rae said, "Still, it doesn't give you the right to say such things to her. I can't forgive driver Kang (Choi Soo-jong) too, but you know Mi-ran has nothing to do with him".

Na Hong-sil said, "She is the sister of Kang's daughter. I can't have that in my house".

Jang Go-rae didn't stand down. He said, "I'll stay at the in-laws until you decide to change your mind. Mi-ran and I are married. I can't stay away from her. I'm sorry".

Na Hong-sil asked what he'd do if she didn't agree with him until the end. He said, "I'll wait, but even if you don't change your mind, I can't break up with her".

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/arti...

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