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[Spoiler] "Ugly Cake" bullying issue ends with reconciliation and sutura

2012/10/25 | 739 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Jung-hwa's class children reconciliated the bullying matter.

MBC Special drama "Ugly Cake" showed Kim Joo-hee (Kim Jung-hwa) becoming more active in solving the matter between her class student's after the Han So-jeong (Jang Ji-eun) and Oh Ah-yeong (Kyung Soo-jin) incident.

Joo-hee had a serious talk with Kim Ye-bin (Joo Da-young) and others who bullied Lee Se-jin ( Jo Jung-eun).

She said, "Bullying doesn't give freedom to the victim and the bully. If a person is hurt, it will never go away unless it is treated. If you feel fear in front of your friend's unhappiness then it's time to overcome it".

Ye-bin found Se-jin's hospital room. Se-jin was in a coma and Ye-bin told her, "I didn't do that because you were a show off. I did it because I wanted to show off that I was better than you" and apologized in tears.

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