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[Spoiler] "Blue Bird Nest" Choi Myung-gil reunites with Kim Hye-sun

2015/05/03 Source

Choi Myung-gil asked Kim Hye-sun about Chae Soo-bin's birth father.

On the twenty-second episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Blue Bird Nest" Han Seon-hee (Choi Myung-gil) reunited with Lee Jeong-ae (Kim Hye-sun) who told her about Han Eun-soo's (Chae Soo-bin) birth.

Han Seon-hee visited the orphanage she grew up in with Kim Ji-wan (Lee Joon-hyuk) and recalled her younger days with Lee Jeong-ae. She then revealed that Jeong-ae was Han Eun-soo's mother.

Lee Jeong-ae wanted to avoid Han Seon-hee but in the end faced her and expressed her discomfort. When Seon-hee asked if she was in Korea all this time, Jeong-ae said, "You should've known I was well and alive; why are you looking for me all of a sudden?"

Han Seon-hee said, "There's something I need to check with you. Is Eun-soo's father really Jang Tae-soo (Chun Ho-jin)?" Jeong-ae seemed surprised by this.

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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