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[Spoiler] "Secrets" Hwang Jung-eum's son still alive

2013/11/13 Source

Hwang Jung-eum and Bae Soo-bin's son was alive.

On the fifteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Secrets", Kang Yoo-jeong (Hwang Jung-eum) went to the restaurant run by Ahn Do-hoon's (Bae Soo-bin) parents.

Kang Yoo-jeong wanted to meet Ahn Do-hoon but Park Gye-ok (Yang Hee-kyung) was nervous for her son who was being framed for a 6 million won crime. Kang Yoo-jeong noticed that and said, "The car is under my name but he drove that day".

Park Gye-ok didn't want to believe it and said, "I've always pitied you and this is how you repay me?" Kang Yoo-jeong talked back and was about to reveal the truth about the hit-and-run to the people in the restaurant and the reporters outside who were waiting for Ahn Do-hoon.

Just then Ahn Do-hoon was pushed into the restaurant by the media and Kang Yoo-jeong pushed Park Gye-ok aside to get to him. Just then, Park Gye-ok said, "Don't you want to see San? Don't you miss your son?"

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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