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[Spoiler] "Oh My Geum-bi" Oh Yoon-ah returns Heo Jung-eun to Oh Ji-ho

2016/12/28 Source

On the thirteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Oh My Geum-bi", Yoo Joo-yeong (Oh Yoon-ah) was stressed working at a restaurant and felt guilty about leaving Yoo Geum-bi (Heo Jung-eun) alone when she was sick.

Just then, a man who was leaving to Spain needed someone like Yoo Joo-yeong and asked her to ride along.

Joo-yeong took Geum-bi to Ko Kang-hee (Park Jin-hee) and Mo Hwi-cheol's (Oh Ji-ho) house. Joo-yeong told Geum-bi, "Stop thinking about me and think about yourself. Live with your dad".

Geum-bi clung onto her but Joo-yeong said, "You said that I might die if you left me. I can live alone now so you can go to your dad. I want to be a grown-up now. I have debts to pay and I need a real job. So I am going to be away for a while. Stay with your dad until I return".

Geum-bi called after her but she left. Kang-hee came out and pulled Geum-bi into a hug. Joo-yeong hid behind a wall and cried quietly.

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