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[Spoiler] "Scandal" Kim Gyu-ri waits for Park Jung-chul

2013/10/27 | 869 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Gyu-ri gave birth to a daughter while waiting for Park Jung-chul.

Joo-ha (Kim Gyu-ri) was waiting for Jin-woong (Park Jung-chul) coming out of prison on the final episode of the MBC weekend drama "Scandal".

Jin-woong asked her as if he didn't expect her to, "Did you wait for me?" Joo-ha then held out a divorce paper.

Jin-woong said, "You're so inconsiderate. First you should feed me some tofu..." but she told him take a closer look at the paper as she handed him some tofu.

He read on the paper that she'd given birth to a daughter. He asked where she was and Joo-ha answered that she was at home. She also suggested getting along for the sake of their daughter and he hugged her.

Joo-ha also started off with a new living under Eun-joong's request to help restore the feeble structuralizing of the Zeus Buildin.

Meanwhile, Eun-joong met a happy ending with Ah-mi (Jo Yoon-hee).

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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