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[Spoiler] "Passionate Love" Jun Kwang-ryul accepts Shim Ji-ho and divorces Hwang Shin-hye

2014/03/02 | 645 views | Permalink | Source

Moon-do (Jun Kwang-ryul) acknowledged Soo-hyeok (Shim Ji-ho) as a son. He was furious that Moo-yeol wasn't his real son and divorced Nan-cho (Hwang Shin-hye) for lying to him. He also tried to ignore Soo-hyeok.

Moon-do then calmed down a little bit when Moo-yeol begged him about how he wanted to keep the family together for the sake of his wife Yoo-jeong. Moon-do told him, "You can be my son if you want to, but I'm divorcing your mother. There's no way people can live together without trust for each other".

Nan-cho told Moo-yeol, "He thinks of you as a son, what else do you expect? You can't have it all. We can get what we want and stall time". She was happy that Yoo-jeong's pregnancy worked.

However, Yoo-jeong found out that Nan-cho was the evil woman who made her mother die.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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