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[Spoiler] "Children of Nobody" Lee Yi-kyung Helps Kim Sun-ah

2018/12/06 | 193 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episodes of the MBC drama "Children of Nobody", Cha Woo-kyeong (Kim Sun-ah) found an exhausted girl in a house full of trash with Kang Ji-heon (Lee Yi-kyung).

They took her to the hospital right away and got her treated, but Cha Woo-kyeong saw the girl in the green dress again.

She sat in the hall with the girl.

Cha Woo-kyeong said to her, "I thought you are the sister of the kid who died in the hospital. I don't know who you are, but I think I know why you keep appearing. You want to save the children".

Kang Ji-heon came up and told her the child had been drained by the cold and hunger. The worst was over and her father was wanted.

Cha Woo-kyeong looked for the girl in the green dress again, but she was gone.

Meanwhile, when they returned from the hospital, Kang Ji-heon said he knew she saw the girl in the green dress and that he met the doctor.

Cha Woo-kyeong told him, "They say I'm hallucinating and that I'll be alright if I take pills for the stress".

"It's alright if I see the kid. I wonder how she found me, but I'll just be the crazy lady".

Kang Ji-heon offered to help her draw a sketch of the mysterious girl.

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