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[Spoiler] "Ooh La La Couple" Kim Jeong-eun's mom has a conception dream

2012/10/22 | 472 views | Permalink | Source

It is likely Shin Hyun-joon is getting pregnant.

On the seventh episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Ooh La La Couple" on the 22nd, Soo-nam (Shin Hyun-joon) in the body of Yeo-ok started being sick and showed potential of being pregnant.

Yeo-ok's mother visited their house and said, "You might be pregnant. I had a dream that Chan's father was getting married to some one else but a black pig came in and made a mess of the whole place. Your husband caught the pig". She was sure it was a sign of pregnancy but Soo-nam in the body of Yeo-ok said, "That's never happening".

However, when 'he' was having dinner with Yeo-ok's first love Hyeon-woo (Han Jae-suk), Soo-nam started being sick again and increased the chances of being pregnant.

Meanwhile, Hyeon-woo who had to leave Yeo-ok for desperate reasons united with her once again.

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