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[Spoiler] "Oh My Geum-bi" Heo Jung-eun's illness worsens

2016/12/21 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Oh My Geum-bi", Yoo Geum-bi (Heo Jung-eun) didn't recognize her father Mo Hwi-cheol (Oh Ji-ho).

Mo Hwi-cheol convinced Yoo Joo-yeong (Oh Yoon-ah) to not run away and stay with Yoo Geum-bi. Yoo Joo-yeong changed her mind at the way he had changed and stayed with her.

Yoo Joo-yeong then followed Ko Kang-hee to the hospital. She was shocked to hear about the Niemann-Pick disease that Yoo Geum-bi was suffering from.

Yoo Geum-bi's symptoms worsened. They started to appear during class and the parents of her classmates requested something to be done about her. Yoo Geum-bi was hurt.

Yoo Geum-bi went by Mo Hwi-cheol's tent. He was happy to see her but she didn't recognize him.

He realized the symptoms had worsened but pretended everything was alright. However, Yoo Geum-bi saw the tears in his eyes and said, "Did I not recognize you? I'm sorry".

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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