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[Spoiler] "Familiar Wife" Han Ji-min Reunites With Father

2018/09/12 | 300 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Familiar Wife", Cha Joo-hyeok (Ji Sung) and Seo Woo-jin (Han Ji-min) returned to the past.

They both woke up to the past. When Seo Woo-jin saw her moher (Lee Jung-eun), she was overwhelmed that she was back in 2006.

She asked her mother about her father and when her mother replied that he wouldn't be able to get his health checked because of a business trip to China, Seo Woo-jin ran to the airport. She repeated in her head, "Not a three-week long business trip".

Seo Woo-jin started crying as soon as she saw her father at the airport and convinced him to give up the trip and get his health checked.

However, Seo Woo-jin got into an accident on her way to meet Cha Joo-hyeok and she returned to 2018 where her father was no longer there, but her Alzheimer's mother seemed very normal.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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