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[Spoiler] "Room No.9" Kim Hae-sook Cries With Kim Hee-sun in her Arms

2018/10/14 Source

On the latest episode of the tvN weekend drama "Room No.9", Jang Hwa-sa (Kim Hae-sook) found her mother in Eul Ji-hae-i's (Kim Hee-sun) body.

Jang Hwa-sa met her friend Kam Mi-ran (Kim Jae-hwa) and tried to convince her she was Jang Hwa-sa by talking about the past. Kam Mi-ran asked if she was possessed and didn't believe her, but Jang Hwa-sa mentioned the time she went to prison and quoted what her friend said; "Why weren't you born in a normal home under better parents?" Kam Mi-ran was finally convinced that it was her friend and Jang Hwa-sa met the mother Eul Ji-hae-i stole from her.

However, Jang Hwa-sa's mother had a scar on her head from bluntforce trauma that may result in failing functioning simliar to Alzheimer's. Jang Hwa-sa said, "My mother suffered all her life, being called the mother of a murderer. She was pointed at her whole life. I am going to prove it now that I am not a murderer".

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