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[Spoiler] "Rosy Lovers" Han Sunhwa attempts to commit suicide after discovering Jung Bo-suk's evil doings

2015/02/15 Source

Han Sunhwa tried to kill herself on the thirty-sixth episode of the drama "Rosy Lovers".

Baek Jang-mi (Han Sunhwa) found out that her father Baek Man-jong (Jung Bo-suk) had put her daughter Park Cho-rong (Lee Go-eun) in a baby box and threatened Park Cha-dol (Lee Jang-woo) about it.

Baek Jang-mi returned home in shock. She asked her father if it was true but rather than admit his wrong, Baek Man-jong tried to dominate Jang-mi. She broke everything in her sight and fainted.

So Geum-jae (Im Ye-jin), her mother, found out that Jang-mi wasn't in her room where she was supposed to be and called her. Jang-mi was driving when she answered the phone and said, "It's better off for me to die" and didn't avoid the car that was headed towards her.

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