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[Spoiler] 'Entertainers' Kang Min-hyuk breaks down in tears watching his brother's old recording

2016/06/09 | 2344 views | Permalink | Source

On the episode 16 of SBS Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Entertainers", Jo Ha-neul (Kang Min-hyuk) could not open his mouth easily although he knew and was decided to sing his brother's song It's Ok to Cry.

Ho Ha-neul decided to sing his brother's song to pay tribute to his brother who chose to kill himself in the unfair predicament. However, it was not easy for him to sing the song. As this happened, Sin Seok-ho showed Ha-neul Jo Seong-hyeon (Jo Bok-rae)'s old video filmed in the recording room.

The video showed Jo Seong-hyeon indulging himself into playing guitar and singing his song. At the extraordinary ambience delivered through his voice, Jo Ha-neul shed tears and broke down in tears while hugging the screen of the notebook.

Sin Seok-ho said, "There is the only one in this world who can sing this song".

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