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[Spoiler] "My Only One" UEE Finds Out About Choi Soo-jong's Past

2019/01/27 | 419 views | Permalink | Source

The latest episodes of the KBS 2TV drama "My Only One" rated 39.3% which is 2.3% more than the previous episode.

Kim Do-ran (UEE) discoveredKang Soo-il's (Choi Soo-jong) criminal past.

She found out his real name was Kim Yeong-hoon and she found a letter he received from Kim Dong-cheol (Lee Doo-il) when he was in prison.

Kim Do-ran said, "My father's name is Kim Yeong-hoon. He was in prison? What did he to do go to prison and why didn't he tell me he changed his name?"

Kim Do-ran went to see Geum Ok (Lee Yong-yi) and asked about her father's name. Then she asked, "Was he not able to raise me because he went to prison?"

Geum Ok comforted her saying, "Is your father someone who would kill? He's not that kind of person. That's wrong". Kim Do-ran was devastated.

"How can someone do that and appear in front of me claiming to be my father?"

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