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[Spoiler] "Kind Words" Kim Ji-soo jealous of Han Hye-jin?

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Kim Ji-soo just can't seem to let go of her thoughts of Han Hye-jin.

On the episode of the SBS drama "Kind Words", Mi-kyeong (Kim Ji-soo) kept thinking about Eun-jin (Han Hye-jin) who committed adultery with her husband Jae-hak.

Mi-kyeong was anxious to see how Eun-jin's husband would react to this now that he knew his wife had cheated on him. She knew that Eun-jin's misfortune would shake up her family as well.

Mi-kyeong couldn't shake off the resent and anger for her husband and at the same time couldn't shake off the image of Eun-jin who was crying and worrying about her. She called Eun-jin in the end. She had announced that she would never see her again.

Mi-kyeong said, "I think it was misjudgment. I take back what I said about not seeing you again. You be there when I ask you to be. Don't disappear from my sight" and Eun-jin agreed.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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