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[Spoiler] "Lee Soon-sin is the Best" Lee Mi-sook, drawn to IU?

2013/05/19 | Permalink | Source

Lee Mi-sook couldn't ignore her daughter IU.

The twenty-second episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Lee Soon-sin is the Best" showed Song Mi-ryeong (Lee Mi-sook) trying to ignore her daughter, Lee Soon-shin (IU) but couldn't.

Song Mi-ryeong knew Lee Soon-shin was her daughter but told Kim Jeong-ae (Go Doo-shim) that she was her daughter and never to let her meet again.

However, Song Mi-ryeong fainted after an interview at the restaurant which Soon-shin worked at and Soon-shin took care of her by taking her to the hospital.

Song Mi-ryeong told Soon-shin to go away when she woke up, but she realized what she had done when Choi Yeon-ah (Kim Yoon-seo) and Hwang Il-do (Yoon Da-hoon) arrived, and went to meet Soon-shin again.

Lee Soon-shin had left the hospital in a hurried surprise but realized she still had Song's script in her hand and went back to the hospital. Song saw her and called her name before the episode ended on this day.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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