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[Spoiler] "That Winter, the Wind Blows" Song Hye-kyo sends Jo In-sung off

2013/03/28 | 2476 views | Permalink | Source

Song Hye-kyo chose goodbye to not hurt Jo In-sung.

Oh Yeong and Oh Soo broke up on the episode of the SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows".

Oh Yeong asked how long a sentence was for killing someone and Oh Soo answered, 15 years. She explained that the sin of his mother abandoning him and him abandoning Hee-joo would be less than that.

She said, "I hope you remember at least once when your mother came to see you. I also hope you stop feeling guilty about Hee-joo. You've hated yourself too long. It's exhausting for you".

Oh Yeong said, "I loved you. I can't say I'll love you by my side but you're not guilty of fooling me. It was a way to live for you and I was happy". She sent him off with good will. Oh Soo couldn't help but be moved.

Meanwhile, Oh Soo chose to leave with the money Oh Yeong gave him and showed his love for her.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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