The Girl With Seven Names - Part Three: Chapters 43-45 Summary & Analysis

Lee, Hyeonseo
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Min-ho explains that they were prevented from crossing the border by additional security along the river. He says they will try to cross again just before dawn. Early the next morning, Hyeonseo's family makes it across the river and they are reunited. Quickly, they retreat to the privacy to Hyeonseo's hotel room where they can finally relax and reconnect. After lunch, Yoon-ji calls and tells Min-ho that someone reported seeing him cross the river with a woman. If Min-ho returns alone, he will be charged with human trafficking. Their mother also cannot return without facing punishment for trying to defect. Min-ho has no choice but to stay in China and also attempt to seek asylum in South Korea.

Hyeonseo soon realizes she has to borrow a Chinese ID for Min-ho as well and convinces one of his smuggling contacts in Changbai...

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