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[Spoiler] "Yeah, That's How It Is" Kim Jung-nan's pregnancy brings about mixed responses

2016/07/31 | 711 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Jung-nan got pregnant.

On the episode of the SBS weekend drama "Yeah, That's How It Is", Soo-mi (Kim Jung-nan) told her family about her pregnancy.

Soo-mi told Sook-ja (Kang Boo-ja) and Min-ho (No Joo-hyun). Sook-ja was grateful but Min-ho was cold.

Min-ho said, "It's irresponsible to have a child our age. How could you tell your mother first?"

Soo-mi couldn't stand it and said, "We're a married couple. Why do we have to hide it?"

She then told Sook-kyeong (Yang Hee-kyung) and Kyeong-ho (Song Seung-hwan). They were happy at the news and so was Myeong-ran (Jung Jae-soon).

Jae-ho (Hong Yo-seob) also found out about her pregnancy and Hye-kyeong (Kim Hae-sook) and Yoo-ri (Wang Ji-hye) called it a 'blessing'. Se-hyeon (Jo Han-sun) and Jae-ho were also concerned.

Source : www.tenasia.co.kr/arc...

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