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[Spoiler] "That Winter, the Wind Blows" Song Hyo-kyo finds out who Jo In-sung is

2013/03/20 | 1751 views | Permalink | Source

The man she believed to be her brother was actually not, as Oh Yeong (Song Hye-kyo) discovered on the episode of SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows".

Oh Yeong received a call from Sora (Seo Hyo-rim) who asked Oh Soo (Jo In-sung) to leave with her but he refused as he had to protect Oh Yeong.

She had called to reveal who Oh Soo was. She said, "I am the woman who once was in a relationship with the man you believe to be your brother. He is not your brother. Your brother is dead".

She caused Oh Yeong to fall into confusion by telling her that assistant Wang (Bae Jong-ok) also knew about this.

Oh Yeong couldn't help but be surprised at the conversation between Wang and Oh Soo. They both had hurt her. Wang made her blind and Oh Soo had pretended to be her brother because of debt.

Not only that, she realized that Oh Soo was someone she met a long time ago when she visited her brother.

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