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[Spoiler] "Single Wife" Uhm Hyun-kyung's stomach grumbles during hunger strike

2017/08/24 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of Drama Max's "Single Wife", Lee Ra-hee (Uhm Hyun-kyung) stayed at her ex-husband Lee Min-hong's (Sung Hyuk) house.

Ra-hee sat down at the table for breakfastt. She was hungry, but she told her ex that she didn't eat breakfast. Min-hong said, "Why not? I recall you ate a lot of breakfast" and Ra-hee said, "'Cause I'll get fat".

Min-hong said, "I thought you'd want Korean food since you've been in the States so long. This is your favorite soup. Just try a little". However, Ra-hee refused, "I won't eat anything unless it's salad". But she took a bite anyway. Just then her stomach growled with hunger and embarrassed her.

"Single Wife" is about a divorced woman who is about to get remarried to a chaebol, but realizes her divorce with her ex-husband wasn't complete and lives two lives to get what she wants.

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