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[Spoiler] "Single Wife" Kwak Hee-sung knew Uhm Hyun-kyung was divorced

2017/09/06 | 241 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of Drama Max-U Max's "Single Wife", it turned out that Hwang Jae-min (Kwak Hee-sung) alreadyknew that Lee Ra-hee (Uhm Hyun-kyung) was divorced.

On the way to meet Jae-min's mother Oh In-hwa (Yoon Ye-hee), Ra-hee started to tell Jae-min about her divorce with Min-hong (Sung Hyuk). Jae-min tried to avoid if but Ra-hee insisted that she tell him before they meet his mother.

Jae-min told her, "You don't have to tell me you are divorced". Ra-hee was surprised. Jae-min added, "Why is that so important now? I've thought about it in your shoes and I would have lied, too. I wouldn't want to lose someone like you because of my past".

"I know you lied because you didn't want to lose me. You do love me. Your past is nothing to me". Ra-hee cried tears of relief.

Source : www.fnnews.com/news/2...

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