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[Spoiler] 'The Village: Achiara's Secret' Village people are disturbed by a shocking message

2015/10/22 | 934 views | Permalink | Source

The ending scene of the October 22nd episode of SBS' Wednesday & Thursday drama, "The Village: Achiara's Secret" showed the village people, who became shocked to find a message, 'Help me Mom' at the funeral of Kim Hye-jin (Jang Hee-jin).

On this day, Seo Gi-hyeon met an alumna of Han So-jeong's and confirmed Han So-jeong was Kim Hye-jin, who had disappeared from the village. Han So-jeong was the sister for whom Han Soyoon was looking.

The alumna said, "How wouldn't I be able to recognize her? She's so pretty. You cannot forget a face like hers. I could recognize her even though a long time had passed. It's Han So-jeong".

She also said, "She said she was not Han So-jeong, she had never heard of Mijin Girls' high school and she'd been born in Seoul. But if she were not Han So-jeong, why had she stopped as soon as I called her name". When the alumna saw Hyejin's photo, she said, "For sure" to confirm that Han So-jeong and Kim Hye-jin were one same person.

Seo Gi-hyeon suspected the murderer who had killed Kim Hye-jin might be his father, Seo Chang-gwon (Jung Sung-mo). Seo Chang-gwon said, "What do you think your father is" and "You, you might be a son of a dissipated man, but you're not a son of a murderer".

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