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[Spoiler] "Mother - Drama" Lee Bo-young Almost Has a Breakdown

2018/02/28 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Mother - Drama", Soo-jin (Lee Bo-young) spoke to Ja-young (Ko Sung-hee) herself.

Young-sin (Lee Hye-young-I) got a hold of Soo-jin through Jin-hong (Lee Jae-yoon). Soo-jin freaked out when Ja-young said she held Hye-na (Heo Yool) for hostage for 500 million won. Young-sin wanted to pay her the money, but Soo-jin guessed that wasn't all that she wanted.

Soo-jin was so upset that she wanted to speak to Ja-young personally. Young-sin worried that Soo-jin might have a mental breakdown, but Soo-jin promised she could do it.

Ja-young was indeed rough to Soo-jin. Soo-jin tried to comfort her saying, "This is the hardest on Hye-na's mother I know". Ja-young asked for her money and Soo-jin asked to check if Hye-na was alright. Ja-young asked for a recording from her and she would send her back a recording of Hye-na's voice.

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