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[Spoiler] "Secrets" Hwang Jung-eum physically expresses her suffering

2013/10/16 | 1446 views | Permalink | Source

Hwang Jung-eum expressed the sadness of losing her son once again.

On the seventh episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Secrets", Yoo-jeong (Hwang Jung-eum) ran into Hye-jin (Moon Ji-in) who was responsible for the death of her son.

Yoo-jeong started hitting Hye-jin who told her to hit her if that made her feel better while saying, "Will hitting you bring him back? Then I'll hit you a thousand times".

However, Hye-jin didn't know San-e was dead, and asked. Yoo-jeong dropped to the ground and explained.

"The workplace is the last place I had him in my arms. I thought every day, what to say to you if I met you but then as time passed, I was just curious why you did that. Why you did that to him and me".

Hye-jin was shocked and said, "I loved him almost as much as you. I only asked them to stop your parole evaluation". Yoo-jeong was confused but suspected that the person who made her do that was Min-hyeok (Ji Sung).

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