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[Spoiler] "A Thousand Days' Promise" Soo Ae, a sign of misfortune after short happiness

2011/11/22 Source

On the twelfth episode of SBS drama "A Thousand Days' Promise", Soo Ae spent a sweet time with Ji-hyeong (Kim Rae-won) after getting permission to marry him from relatives.

They have come all the way here after many ups and downs from marriage to break up, and there is hardly anything to laugh about. Ji-hyeong decided to protect Seo-yeon and to love him as long as she could remember.

The two had a small meal together. They didn't have wine or anything fancy like they did when they first met at the Galleria. They sat around a small table with soup and were happy together.

However, happiness was only momentary. A colleague had asked her, "Why didn't you flush?" when she came out from the bathroom.

She had shown a side of her she'd kept so perfect because of Alzeimer's. Seo-yeon then argues that she did flush, but knows that she forgot, looking depressed.

In the end, it meant that no matter how happy she is, the disease won't go away, and she had to realize it.

Meanwhile, Seo-yeon let her family know about her marriage and Hyang-gi also found out about it, building tension.

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