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[Spoiler] "Avengers' Social Club" Lee Yo-won pities Choi Byeong-mo's child

2017/10/11 Source

On the first episode of the tvN drama "Avengers' Social Club", Kim Jeong-hye's (Lee Yo-won's) husband Lee Byeong-soo (Choi Byung-mo) confessed that he had a child born out of wedlock who could be the heir for the family heritance.

His family was gathered together when his father (Jang Yong) said that the family heritance would only be given to a biological heir. Lee Byeong-soo brought out some papers and said, "Father I have a son". Kim Jeong-hye kept a straight face and said, "I found out about this recently, too".

Byeong-soo's father wanted the son brought to the house.

Back home, Lee Byeong-soo told Kim Jeong-hye, "When you lost the child I was in pain. Still, I didn't ask you to have another child because I didn't want to put you through it again". Kim Jeong-hye coldly asked if the illegitimate son was like him and when he said he didn't know, she said, "That's a pity".

Source : sports.mk.co.kr/view....

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