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[Spoiler] "Rascal Sons" Kim Young-ran see's Lee Sung-jae's marriage partner

2012/11/11 | 732 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Young-ran found out about Lee Sung-jae and Seong In-ok.

Madame Jeong (Kim Young-ran) saw Yoo Hyeon-ki (Lee Sung-jae) and Seong In-ok (Myung Se-bin) together and was shocked.

Yoo Hyeon-ki was also surprised and said hello to her but she just stared at them and was bitter at the thought of them going camping together.

Yoo confessed to Jeong that he was going to marry Seong and she asked if her husband was still alive.

Han Byeong-guk (Kim Yong-gun) had told her that Seong In-ok had a husband which she didn't really believe but Yoo explained to her that her husband was dead.

Jeong couldn't say anything more but she couldn't help but be bitter on her way back home.

Meanwhile, Woo Jeong-sook (Na Moon-hee) jumped at the news that Yoo and Seong were going camping together.

Source : www.fnnews.com/newsvi...

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