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[Spoiler] "Oh My Geum-bi" Oh Ji-ho becomes a father

2016/11/30 Source

Oh Ji-ho felt fatherly for Heo Jung-eun and decided to be her father.

On the fifth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Oh My Geum-bi", Mo Hwi-cheol (Oh Ji-ho) accepted Yoo Geum-bi (Heo Jung-eun) as his daughter.

Yoo Geum-bi was framed for something at school and Mo Hwi-cheol visited her school as her guardian.

Hon Silla's (Kang Ji-woo) mother looked down on Mo Hwi-cheol and Yoo Geum-bi and insulted them constantly. He was mad but when she mentioned her prosecutor husband, he couldn't do anything about it and kept quiet.

Yoo Geum-bi was sad to see Mo Hwi-cheol go through this because of her.

Yoo Geum-bi and Mo Hwi-cheol left the school later and walked. She called him 'dad' instead of 'Mr.' like she did before and showed she was opening up to him.

They watched the shooting stars together and forgot what happened at the school. Mo Hwi-cheol recalled his father as he watched Yoo Geum-bi and felt fatherly towards her.

He then hugged her and said, "Ok I'll take care of you" and accepted her as his daughter.

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