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[Spoiler] "Bachelor's Vegetable Store" Hwang Shin-hye pregnant

2012/01/24 | 959 views | Permalink | Source

Channel A drama "Bachelor's Vegetable Store" is about to take a new twist into its story with Hwang Shin-hye now pregnant.

Kang-seon (Hwang Shin-hye) reunited with Mok In-beom (Jeon Noh-min), hiding the fact that his daughter Ga-on died and fooling him into believing that Jin-sim (Wang Ji-hye) was his daughter.

Kang-seon managed to get pregnant after thinking that she must have his blood-related child to keep her status. Now that she's succeeded, it seems like the drama will get tense.

What kind of conflicts will come out between Mok In-beom, who believes that Jin-sim is his daughter, and Kang-seon, who will have his child? What will happen to Ga-on, who's masked her true identity?

Hwang Shin-hye said, "I am waiting anxiously for the script to see how far Kang-seon's obsession and passion will take her".

"Bachelor's Vegetable Store" is about the work, dreams and loves of young people who always do their best at whatever they do.

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