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[Spoiler] "You're Too Much" Jang Hee-jin joins and romance soars

2017/04/16 | 1602 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC weekend drama "You're Too Much", Yoo Jina (Uhm Jung-hwa) experienced great shock when she found out about Lee Kyeong-soo (Kang Tae-oh), the son she abandoned when she was young.

Not knowing Kyeong-soo was roaming around her in the name Yoon Seong-ha, Jina shook with guilt and fear at the news of her son who was alive and that he was looking for her. She was overwhelmed with the passion to become a successful singer so she abandoned her son but was never able to forgive herself.

Jina's breakdown couldn't make Seong-hwan (Jun Kwang-ryul) stay away from her and stayed by her side.

Hyeon-joon (Jung Gyu-woon) broke up with his fiancé Yoon-hee (Son Tae-young) and confessed to Hae-dang (Jang Hee-jin). Despite Hae-dang's explanation that she had someone else, Hyeon-joon didn't care and claimed 'one-way love'.

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