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[Spoiler] "The Man In My House" Soo Ae finds out who Kim Young-kwang is

2016/11/07 | Permalink | Source

Soo Ae found out who Kim Young-kwang is.

On the fifth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Man In My House", Ko Nan-gil (Kim Young-kwang) looked back on the process of which he became Hong Na-ri's (Soo Ae) step father.

In the past, Hong Na-ri's mother (Kim Mi-sook) became a mother to Ko Nan-gil who was raised in an orphanage. He was jealous of Hong Na-ri for having such a mother but he wanted to have her as his mother so he decided to marry Hong Na-ri.

However, he was adopted by Bae Byeong-woo (Park Sang-myun) and had to live the life of a gangster and he couldn't approach the mother and daughter anymore. Then when he found out that Hong Na-ri's house had a debt of a billion won, he registered himself as her mother's husband to protect them.

Hong Na-ri remembered him and ran to him. She hugged him and cried.

Meanwhile, "The Man In My House" is a romantic drama about Hong Na-ri who ends up with a step father younger than herself.

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