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[Spoiler] "She Gets Married Thrice" Son Yeo-eun cries over Song Chang-eui's change of mind

2014/03/23 | 592 views | Permalink | Source

Son Yeo-eun cried because Song Chang-eui cancelled their divorce.

On the thirty-eighth episode of the SBS drama "She Gets Married Thrice", Jeong Tae-won (Song Chang-eui) told his wife Han Chae-rin (Son Yeo-eun) about his change of mind in divorcing her.

Tae-won made this decision after he found out about her family. He told his sister Jeong Tae-hee (Kim Jung-nan) about Chae-rin's family's past; Tae-hee knew how kind he was and decided to accept Chae-rin.

Jeong Tae-won told Chae-rin, "I wasn't a good husband but now you don't have to be afraid. You are safe. You can trust me because we aren't getting divorced".

Chae-rin started crying and said, "My mother and I are safe". She fell to the floor and cried while holding his ankles.

Jeong Tae-won told her, "Let's go out for a couple of hours. We can learn how to meditate or you can find something you want to learn. Let's clean our minds and breathe in fresh air. We can get therapy if we need to".

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