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[Spoiler] 'The Eccentric Daughter-in-Law' Kim Dasom's great taste buds surprise mother-in-law

2015/08/24 | 740 views | Permalink | Source

On the third episode of KBS 2TV's Monday & Tuesday drama, 'The Eccentric Daughter-in-Law', Oh In-yeong ('Kim Dasom') showed off her amazing taste buds.

Oh In-yeong went to a Korean rice stew restaurant with her pretend mother-in-law Yang Choon-ja (Go Doo-shim) and Lee Ha-ji (Baek Ok-dam). She declared, "This is not your soybean sauce, mother. It tastes different". However, Lee Ha-ji said it was mother's soybean sauce.

Oh In-yeong continued, "Mother, your soybean sauce does not have this kind of sweet flavor. The sweetness of this sauce is from artificial seasoning". Yang Choon-ja finally tasted the soybean sauce as Oh In-yeong continuously insisted she was right. And Yang Choon-ja realized it was not hers.

The owner of the restaurant, Choi Soon-hee (Lee Moon-hee) confessed, "I added really small amount of seasoning. People these days are used to artificial seasoning. So I had to add just a little pinch. How did she find out?" Although Yang Choon-ja was surprised by Oh In-yeong's ability to taste, she thought Oh In-yeong could get it right by mistake therefore it was not a big deal.

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