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[Spoiler] "The Queen's Classroom" Kang Chan-hee continuously texts stepmom

2013/07/18 | Permalink | Source

Kang Chan-hee showed lack of affection as he sent several text messages to his stepmom everyday.

On the twelfth episode of the MBC drama "The Queen's Classroom", Sim Ha-na (Kim Hyang-gi) heard from her mother about Do-jin. She met Do-jin's mother one day.

After Do-jin left for Canada, he had been sending several text messages to his adoptive mother and showing signs of loneliness, so she brought him back to Korea. Sim Ha-na remembered Do-jin telling her that it was his mother who kept sending him text messages every ten minutes.

Do-jin was with his mother. She sent him up to the front to his academy. He was telling about his day at school, like any kids would do, proudly telling his mother how his friends like him and the good grades he got. She was happy to listen to him.

His mother looked at him worriedly when he got out of the car. She checked her cell phone and saw the messages he was sending every ten minutes, wishing to be ensured that he was being loved. Having been cancelled of adaptation five times, he was worried that he would be abandoned again.

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