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[Spoiler] "My Only One" UEE Resigns

2018/12/16 | 982 views | Permalink | Source

"My Only One" came in first during the episode when Kim Do-ran (UEE) decided to resign.

Park Geum-byeong (Jung Jae-soon) lost her way home as she showed signs of Alzheimer's. Park Geum-byeong went to Do-ran's house and Wang Jin-gook (Park Sang-won) went to pick her up.

Kim Do-ran decided to quit and Wang Jin-gook said, "Thank you and sorry for making that decision. I feel better knowing you're at home now. He asked her to help look after his mother and with the housework.

Kim Do-ran and Kang Soo-il (Choi Soo-jong) went shopping for groceries. He asked if she regretted resigning, but she said it was her duty to take care of the house and that she felt better being next to grandma.

Kim Do-ran then put her arm in Kang Soo-il's arm and said, "Besides, I get to go shopping with you like this and have quality time". Kang Soo-il said, "If the madam isn't nice to you, don't mind her and just tell me".

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