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[Spoiler] "Oh My Geum-bi" Heo Jung-eun, "I want to live with mom"

2016/12/14 Source

Heo Jung-eun claimed she wants to live with her mother.

On the last episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Oh My Geum-bi", Yoo Geum-bi (Heo Jung-eun) chose her mother Yoo Joo-yeong (Oh Yoon-ah) over Mo Hwi-cheol (Oh Ji-ho).

Yoo Geum-bi was shocked to hear Mo Hwi-cheol wasn't her birth father. However, he wanted her to live with him and Yoo Geum-bi also wanted to live with him. They started a fight with Yoo Joo-yeong over Geum-bi's custody.

Mo Hwi-cheol went to see a prosecutor with his lawyer and put in a petition while Geum-bi went to her friend, Hong Silla's (Kang Ji-woo) father, a prosecutor and begged him to let her live with her father. She tried hard to make her mother lose custody.

Yoo Joo-yeong drank with Yoo Geum-bi around and even took her to a club. The police got involved and the court left it up to Geum-bi to decide who she wanted to live with.

However, Yoo Geum-bi said, "I want to live with my mother".

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