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[Spoiler] "Miss. Ripley" Micky Yuchun's improved acting

2011/07/12 | 1168 views | Permalink | Source

Micky Yuchun showed quality act of crying.

On the 14th episode of MBC drama "Miss. Ripley", Song Yoo-hyeon (Micky Yuchun) discovers that his mother Lee Hwa (Choi Myung-gil) is the birth mother of Jang Mi-ri (Lee Da-hae) and reproaches himself.

Song realizes his mother Lee Hwa had abandoned her child and family because of marriage to his father and Mondo Group.
He visits Jang Mi-ri's home from her past and faces a young Jang Mi-ri. He hold her hand and says, "What can I do to get forgiveness from Jang Mi-ri for a this while?" and cries in apology.

The little Jang Mi-ri tells a crying Song Yoo-hyeon, "You have no fault. I just want my mother back. Then I can study again and go to school. I don't have to go back to the orphanage. I think you're a good person".
Wandering there for a while, Song Yoo-hyeon repeats "It must've been hard for you" in his heart and doesn't leave easily.
Those who have seen this episode say, "I was really aching from his tears", "He's getting better everyday" and more.
Meanwhile, "Miss. Ripley" is building up more tension by the episode and rated 15.9% according to AGB Nielsen Media Research, gaining the throne again.

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