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[Spoiler] "Goddess of Marriage" Kim Ji-hoon-I declares divorce

2013/10/20 | Permalink | Source

Kim Ji-hoon-I asked Nam Sang-mi for a divorce.

SBS weekend drama "Goddess of Marriage" showed Kang Tae-wook (Kim Ji-hoon-I) asking Song Ji-hye (Nam Sang-mi) for a divorce.

Kang Tae-wook made uo his mind when his mother Lee Jeong-sook (Yoon So-jung) and brother Kang Tae-jin (Kim Jung-tae) were surely to get arrested. He had decided to send her away like she'd wanted.

Kang Tae-wook asked her if she read anymore and she answered, "I don't have time. I don't even want to write and I forgot how. Why are you asking that?"

Kang Tae-wook said, "I want to divorce you. What do you think about that?"

She was surprised and he continued, "This is your last chance. If you don't decide now, you're going to have to live in this house forever. Pack your things. I will tell father I'm sending you home".

At the end of the episode, Kang Tae-wook told his father Kang Man-ho (Jun Gook-hwan) he was getting divorced.

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