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[Spoiler] "My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol" Ahn Nae-sang suspects Park Se-young

2016/01/31 | Permalink | Source

Ahn Nae-sang started to suspect Park Se-young.

On the episode of the MBC drama "My Daughter, Geum Sa-Wol", Joo Ki-hwang (Ahn Nae-sang) and Joo Se-hoon (Do Sang-woo) started to suspect Oh Hye-sang (Park Se-young).

Ki-hwang told Hye-sang that he met Kang Man-hoo (Son Chang-min) and revealed that Oh-wol (Song Ha-yoon) was his daughter. Hye-sang couldn't hide the fact that she was anxious.

Se-hoon noticed this about her and said, "You seem to tense up every time we talk about Oh Hye-sang". Ki-hwang asked her one more time, "You really don't remember Oh-wol, do you?"

Hye-sang broke into a sweat. She said, "I wasn't well when I was young so I didn't mingle with the other children. I also tried to erase memory of the accident from my head".

Ki-hwang said, "That could happen" but continued, "However, if you don't remember Oh-wol's name, I think she would be sad in heaven".

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