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[Spoiler] "Father, I'll Take Care of You" Kim Hye-ok suspects Lee Tae-hwan and Park Eun-bin

2017/01/22 | 501 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Hye-ok was suspicious of Lee Tae-hwan and Lee Eun-bin.

On the latest episode of the MBC weekend drama "Father, I'll Take Care of You", Moon Jeong-ae (Kim Hye-ok) suspected her son Han Seong-joon (Lee Tae-hwan) and her in-law Oh Dong-hee (Park Eun-bin).

Oh Dong-hee called Bang Mi-joo (Lee Ha-yoon) and said, "Han Seong-joon's phone is off. I have something important to tell him so please pass the phone to him.

However, Moon Jeong-ae only saw Oh Dong-hee going into Han Seong-joon's room and misunderstood.

Oh Dong-hee saw Bang Mi-joo telling Han Seong-joon to keep his phone on but Moon Jeong-ae didn't even acknowledge Oh Dong-hee when she came out of the room.

Moon Jeong-ae expects Han Seong-joon to get married to Bang Mi-joo. However, Moon Jeong-ae was nervous as Han Seong-joon kept getting involved with poor Oh Dong-hee.

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