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[Spoiler] "She Gets Married Thrice" Lee Ji-ah has baby and sends it to the in-law's

2014/03/30 | 937 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Ji-ah sent her baby to her in-law's right after it was born.

On the final episode of the SBS weekend drama "She Gets Married Thrice", Oh Eun-soo (Lee Ji-ah) sent her child away to her in-law's and cried about it.

Oh Eun-soo's mother-in-law (Kim Ja-ok) went to see Oh Eun-soo when she heard that she'd had a baby. She made a deal to take the baby in return for Oh Eun-soo and Kim Joon-goo's (Ha Seok-jin) divorce.

When her mother-in-law asked her if she regretted it, Oh Eun-soo said, "That's something I will live with. But it's not something I could deal with".

Oh Eun-soo then said, "I can't let my child experience another change. I believe you will raise her well and hopefully Joon-goo will find a good woman who will make a good family for him and be her mother".

Oh Eun-soo also promised that she wouldn't interfere with Kim Joon-goo's life and live her own. Then she started crying as she held her baby for the last time.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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