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[Spoiler] "My Gap-soon" Kim So-eun 'daughter-in-law on a white horse'

2017/03/05 | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim So-eun changed.

On the fiftieth episode of the SBS weekend drama "My Gap-soon", Kim So-eun rescued her mother-in-law who was cornered.

Gap-soon tried to stop Si-nae (Kim Hye-sun) who was being aggressive towards Gi-ja (Lee Bo-hee) for seeing her father. When Gap-soon went home, she heard Si-nae yelling at Gi-ja and couldn't help but be surprised. When Si-nae wouldn't stop, Gap-soon yelled at her, "Who do you think you are yelling in here? Get out!" When that didn't work she said, "You may meet men for money but my mother-in-law isn't someone like that. We don't want your money".

She then threw salt at Si-nae who ran away from the house.

Gap-soon seemed to have changed and Gi-ja's attitude towards her might have changed after all the times she bullied Gap-soon. Gi-ja cooked a healthy dinner for Gap-soon and they both talked about Si-nae and Gap-dol (Song Jae-rim), forgetting all awkwardness between mother and daughter-in-law.

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