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[Spoiler] 'Unkind Women' Kim Hye-ja tries to rewrite Lee Soon-jae's lost memory

2015/04/08 Source

It seems Kim Hye-ja decided to rewrite Lee Soon-jae's memory.

On the 13th episode of KBS 2TV's Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Unkind Women", Cheol-hee (Lee Soon-jae) and Soon-ok (Kim Hye-ja) met again while Cheol-hee had been known to be dead.

When Cheol-hee went to Anguk-dong on this day, Cheol-hee saw Mo-ran (Jang Mi-hee), with whom he had an affair in the past. Cheol-hee believed she was his wife. When Soon-ok saw this, she was incredibly angry and kicked him Cheol-hee hard. Because of this, Cheol-hee was hospitalized.

When Soon-ok visited him in the hospital, she disclosed she was Cheol-hee's wife and lied he used to be a family man, who was only devoted to his wife and children. Cheol-hee doubted about what he heard mumbling, "I used to live a woman like that"

What made her say such a lie was due to Jong-mi (Kim Hye-eun)'s suggestion. Jong-mi told Soon-ok prior to her visit to the hospital, "Let's make things as he used to love his wife only. Also Jong-mi said regarding the memory about Mo-ran, "Father used to be a guy who knew only about mom and 장Mo-ran is just a hometown lady, who borrowed money from him".

After Soon-ok planted the fake memory into Cheol-hee, she said, "It's ok even if it's like a dream. I want to wear pretty clothes today".

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