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[Spoiler] "Secret Mother" Oh Yeon-ah Is Grateful to Kim Jae-hwa

2018/06/10 | 309 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS weekend drama "Secret Mother", Ji-ae (Oh Yeon-ah) bickered ad quarreled with Hwa-sook (Kim Jae-hwa).

Previously, Ji-ae and Hwa-sook misunderstood each other and even had a physical brawl. Ignorant of Hwa-sook's good deeds, Ji-ae acted coldly to Hwa-sook. Later, she found out Hwa-sook was the one who put a stop to the rumors about her. Ji-ae was touched, but she acted indifferently.

All the characters in "Secret Mother" have their own stories and they look driven for what they want, but they depend on each other and help each other out.

Ji-ae is a strong mother who'd do anything for her child's education. She has no idea her husband is having an affair. She looks like she's full of desire, but she finds her laughter again once she finds out what Hwa-sook has done for her.

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