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[Spoiler] "She Gets Married Thrice" Son Yeo-eun gets rejected by Song Chang-eui

2013/12/08 | 476 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Yong-rim fainted at the news that Son Yeo-eun was rejected by Song Chang-eui.

SBS drama "She Gets Married Thrice" showed Lady Choi (Kim Yong-rim) fainting because her plan to make Chae-rin (Son Yeo-eun) her daughter-in-law had failed.

Tae-won (Song Chang-eui) told Chae-rin right before their re-marriage and told her he didn't like her and that they should stop what they are doing.

Chae-rin visited Lady Choi and cried.

She said, "He said there's no place for me because of Seul-gi's mom". Lady Choi got angry and got mad at Eun-soo (Lee Ji-ah) and Chae-rin continued, "I said it was alright but he wanted to act like nothing ever happened".

"My parents think we're getting married but I don't know what to do". Lady Choi was furious at the thought of her son rejecting her and fainted.

In the preview that followed, Chae-rin seemed like she isn't going to give up on Tae-won.

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