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[Spoiler] "She Gets Married Thrice" Lee Ji-ah ends up crying

2013/12/01 | 398 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Ji-ah sent her daughter away and started crying.

On the episode of the SBS drama "She Gets Married Thrice", Oh Eun-soo (Lee Ji-ah) sent her daughter away to her ex-husband Jeong Tae-won (Song Chang-eui).

Oh Eun-soo decided to let her daughter go to her dad as she was so into him. She met her ex sister-in-law and her ex-husband and told them what she was going to do. She couldn't help but be depressed and she also told her current husband Kim Joon-goo (Ha Seok-jin) about her decision.

On the day of sending away her daughter, Jeong Tae-won came to his ex in-law's to pick her up. Oh Eun-soo didn't want to see her daughter leave but she came by anyways. Unlike her who was aching in the heart, Seul-gi seemed so happy to go with her father and left very soon. She didn't see her mother cry.

Eun-soo cried in disappointment. She joked with her mother about it couldn't take it anymore in the end and cried hard together.

On the other hand, Seul-gi was greeted with a cake and a welcoming into her dad's home.

Meanwhile, Kim Joon-goo started to move to finish his relationship with Da-mi (Jang Hee-jin).

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