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[Spoiler] 'The Queen's Flower' Mother and daughter to break off relationship

2015/08/09 Source

On the 44th episode of MBC's weekend drama, "The Queen's Flower", Kang I-sol (Lee Sung-kyung) decided to leave her biological mother Rena Jeong (Kim Sung-ryung).

Rena Jeong tried to send Kang I-sol, who was her daughter outside marriage, to study overseas so she could clear up any future burden weighing on her. Kang I-sol refused the deal because she did not want to leave her own family.

Rena Jeong still nagged Kang I-sol to leave, saying, "If you hate me and resent what I've done to you, be successful".

However Kang I-sol announced, "I just want to go back to the time I did not know you. It's the only way I can stay unattached to you. For your own happiness, I hope there's nothing in the relationship between you and me from now on".

Rena Jeong also showed her intention to break off the relationship with her daughter Kang I-sol, "Then work here until the company does the regular reshuffle of programs. And you resign".

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