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[Spoiler] "The Secret of Birth" Yu Jun-sang parts with daughter Kal So-won

2013/05/26 | Permalink | Source

"The Secret of Birth" Yu Jun-sang cried in sorrow as he parted with his daughter Kal So-won.

SBS weekend drama "The Secret of Birth" showed Hong Kyeong-doo (Yu Jun-sang) saying goodbye to his daughter Hong Hae-deum (Kal So-won) through a game of hide and seek.

When it was her turn to 'seek', Hong Kyeong-doo said, "I'm going to hide very far this time" and watched her from afar, crying.

Hong Hae-deum couldn't find her father and called for him. Jeong I-hyeon (Sung Yu-ri) appeared instead and understood the situation and agreed to go with her. Hong Kyeong-doo fell watched her leave in tears.

Hong Hae-deum saw her father and got out of the car to run back to him and said, "They say I can graduate earlier if I study really hard. Can I come see you then?" and hugged him in goodbye.

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