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[Spoiler] "Wealthy Son" Park Soon-chun and Yoon Yoo-sun Oppose Wedding

2018/09/09 | 247 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Wealthy Son", Hong Soo-hyun and Lee Chang-yeop shared their feelings for each other.

Park Hyeon-sook (Yoon Yoo-sun) got drunk and cried to her mother-in-law Park Soon-ok (Kim Young-ok) that everything was her fault.

She explained that Choi Yong (Lee Chang-yeop) and Kim Kyung-ha (Hong Soo-hyun) were in love and blamed her for getting them together.

Choi Yong's mother Seo Bok-soon (Park Soon-chun) overheard this outside and ran into the room.

Seo Bok-soon was angry and Park Hyeon-sook yelled, "Your son came into our house and now Seon-yeong has no place. He said his one and only love in this life was Kim Kyung-ha!"

Seo Bok-soon said, "Tell them we won't change our minds. We are against them getting married".

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