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[Spoiler] "A Pledge to God" Oh Hyun-kyung Is a Fiercely Protective Mother

2018/12/23 Source

On the latest episode of the MBC weekend drama "A Pledge to God", Kim Jae-hee (Oh Hyun-kyung) showed strong love for her son Jo Seung-hoon (Byung Hun).

Jae-hee was very happy when Seung-hoon said he'd take over Kim Sang-cheon's (Park Geun-hyung) Smart City like she wanted him to, and she asked for a management position from Kim Jae-wook (Bae Soo-bin).

There was one reason she wanted Smart City; the land it was going to be built on was going be hers before Sang-cheon could have it. Jae-wook knew this, but he pretended not to and gave what she wanted.

On the other hand, Jae-hee was pleased when Sang-cheon announced he was bringing Song Hyeon-woo (Wang Suk-hyun). However, Woo Na-kyeong (Oh Yoon-ah) didn't approve and argued with Jae-hee.

They weren't going to give in to each other and when Na-kyeong brought in Seung-hoon, Jae-hee threatened, "Don't mention my kid if you want yours to be safe".

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