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[Spoiler] "Take Care of Us, Captain" Ji Jin-hee is a disowned orphan

2012/01/26 | 1015 views | Permalink | Source

Ku Hye-sun found out about Ji Jin-hee being disowned.

On the January 26th episode of SBS drama "Take Care of Us, Captain", Han Da-jin (Ku Hye-sun) learned that Jong-soo (Ahn Jae-mo) found his mother thanks to Kim Yoon-seong (Ji Jin-hee).

Han Da-jin was surprised to see Jong-soo at the hospital and asked what was going on. Hesitating, Jong-soo told Da-jin that he could only come and see his mother because of the advice Yoon-seong gave him, saying he was an orphan and that he was even disowned so as not to regret it.

Da-jin then understood what he meant when Yoon-seong yelled at her, saying, "Do you know what it feels like to have been abandoned?" and felt sorry for him.

Meanwhile, Kim Yoon-seong dealt with a sexual harasser who disturbed Choi Ji-won (Yoo Sun) on the flight back to Incheon from London.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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