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[Spoiler] "Pride and Prejudice" Baek Jin-hee's tragic family tale

2014/11/03 | 699 views | Permalink | Source

Baek Jin-hee's tragic family story was told on the third episode of the MBC drama "Pride and Prejudice".

Han Yeol-moo was investigating a case about a child falling to death at a school and recalled her own painful past. 15 years ago, she was going to school while her family was moving homes and her little sister Han-byeol who wanted to follow her to school went missing.

A body claiming to be Han-byeol's was found and this became a trauma to Yeol-moo and her mother suffered mental depression.

Kim Myeong-sook (Kim Na-woon) had yelled at Yeol-moo, "You don't care if your family breaks apart. You don't care what happens to your father. Why did you become a prosecutor? Are you happy doing what you want? What about your sister? Don't you care about her at all?" Han Yeol-moo was hurt by those words and cried, "Am I not your daughter as well?"

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