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[Spoiler] "You're Too Much" Jo Sung-hyun asks Yoon Ah-jung for a divorce

2017/08/20 | 387 views | Permalink | Source

Jo Sung-hyun asked Yoon Ah-jung for a divorce.

On the latest episode of the MBC weekend drama "You're Too Much", Park Hyeon-seong (Jo Sung-hyun) asked Ko Na-kyeong (Yoon Ah-jung) for a divorce.

Ko Na-kyeong rolled down a flight of stairs during a quarrel with Park Hyeon-seong and had a miscarriage. Jo Sung-hyun told her, "I honestly didn't want a child, but I know you did. I couldn't deal with things sooner because I needed you and that wasn't a manly thing to do".

Ko Na-kyeong asked if he was apologizing.

Park Hyeon-seong replied that he was and said, "I should have ended things with you sooner. It might have been your dream to make me an heir but it wasn't mine". He then compared her to his sister-in-law Yoo Jina (Uhm Jung-hwa).

Ko Na-kyeong almost got divorced from Park Hyeon-seong but managed to avoid that because she conceived a baby. However, now that she had a miscarriage, Park Seong-hyeon asked her for a divorce.

"You're Too Much" is a weekend drama that has a viewing percentage of 13%.

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