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[Spoiler] "Passionate Love" Shim Ji-ho finds Choi Yoon-young's pills

2013/12/15 | 808 views | Permalink | Source

Shim Ji-ho was shocked to find birth control pills hidden away by Choi Yoon-young.

Yoo-jeong broke up with Moo-yeol (Sung Hoon) and married Soo-hyeok (Shim Ji-ho). However, Soo-hyeok's mother Nan-cho (Hwang Shin-hye) made her take the pills without him knowing.

Nan-cho then say Yoo-jeong and Moo-yeol exchange affectionate looks and got furious. She was mad that Yoo-jeong married her son after seeing Moo-yeol and suspected her of everything. Nan-cho pressured Yoo-jeong that she still hadn't forgotten about him.

However, Soo-hyeok took sides with Yoo-jeong who was being bullied by his mother and this made her even angrier. He was nicer to her the more she was bullied. However, he found the birth control pills she had hidden while she was at her mother's house and was shocked.

Then at the end of the episode, Yoo-jeong was stuck in a freezing container with her ex, Moo-yeol.

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