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[Spoiler] "My Only One" UEE gives Im Ye-jin two months

2018/10/14 | 465 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "My Only One", So Yang-ja (Im Ye-jin) and Kim Mi-ran (Na Hye-mi) barged into Kim Do-ran's (UEE) house.

Kang Soo-il saw that Kim Do-ran was hurt because of So Yang-ja and apologized. "I'm sorry Do-ran. You've suffered so much because of me. But the fault is with me. I am the sinner".

Kim Do-ran went back home to So Yang-ja and Kim Mi-ran waiting for her. She asked what they were doing and So Yang-ja said, "I was sorry. I think my mind went crazy when your father died so suddenly. But then to think about it, I've never hated you. I've raised you thinking of you as my own daughter. If you became sick, I ran with you on my back".

So Yang-ja asked Kim Do-ran to let her stay there until they had enough money for rent deposit and Kim Do-ran gave her two months. In the meanwhile, they'd have to pay for their share of the expenses.

Source : biz.heraldcorp.com/vi...

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