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[Spoiler] "Father, I'll Take Care of You" Kim Jae-won and Lee Tae-hwan reunite

2017/03/19 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC weekend drama "Father, I'll Take Care of You", Lee Hyeon-woo (Kim Jae-won) and Han Seong-joon (Lee Tae-hwan) reunited as brothers.

They got their DNA's tested and made sure they were brothers. Lee Hyeon-woo then went to Han Hyeong-sup (Kim Chang-wan) who hid Han Seong-joon for 23 years and went ballistic. Eventually, he calmed down and called Han Seong-joon out.

Han Seong-joon started to apologize but Lee Hyeon-woo pulled him into a hug and said, "I'm sorry I'm late". The brothers reunited and Han Hyeon-sup watched from afar.

Lee Hyeon-woo then took Han Seong-joon to their father's grave and introduced him. He said, "We're together again so don't feel bad about anything and rest in peace father".

Lee Hyeon-woo then told Han Seong-joon, "As soon as things sort out, let's go to New York with me. I want to do everything and anything for you".

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