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[Spoiler] "My Princess" Kim Tae-hee family register rearrangement sorrow act "Sea of tears"

2011/01/20 | Permalink | Source

Princess Kim Tae-hee started heart aching.

On the sixth episode of MBC drama "My Princess" on the 20th, Lee Seol (Kim Tae-hee) had to rearrange her family register to become a princess. She had to withdraw adoption to her mother Kim Da-bok (Im Ye-jin).

Finding this out later, Lee Seol cried. Kim Tae-hee's acting shone out in this process. Looking for her mother while crying, made those watching feel solemn. It was really a masterpiece act.

News of withdrawing adoption was like lightning in the clear skies for Lee Seol who was so happy to see Kim Da-bok in a while.

Kim Da-bok revealed mother's love by saying, "Please let my daughter get the insurance money when I die, please help her get it". At this Lee Seol broke down in tears. She then was determined to concentrate hard on princess studies.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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