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[Spoiler] "She Gets Married Thrice" Kim Ji-young-III leaves the house

2014/01/12 | 445 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Ji-young-III left the house after she was hit by her step-mother.

On the nineteenth episode of the SBS weekend drama "She Gets Married Thrice", Jeong Seul-gi (Kim Ji-young-III) was slapped in the cheek by her step-mother Han Chae-rin (Son Yeo-eun).

When Jeong Tae-won (Song Chang-eui) asked her to be nice to his daughter Jeong Seul-gi, Han Chae-rin grabbed a hold of her step daughter when no one was home.

She asked what she'd told her father and but she denied saying anything. "Why would he say that to me if you didn't tell him anything? Bad girls' mouths get stitched up".

Jeong Seul-gi said, "My mom believes me but why don't you?" and Han Chae-rin slapped her. Then, she said, "That was a mistake, let's keep this to ourselves".

The girl was very hurt and despite the message from her father, she left the house. Han Chae-rin realized what had happened and started looking for her, in case what she did got out.

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