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[Spoiler] "Fermented Family" Choi Jae-sung and Sin Hyeon-min revealed as father and daughter

2012/02/02 | Permalink | Source

It turns out that Yoo Ki-ae is Do-sik's daughter.

On the February 2nd episode of JTBC drama "Fermented Family", Yoo Ki-ae (Shin Hyeon-bin) turned out to be Do-sik's (Choi Jae-sung) daughter, shocking viewers.

In the past Do-sik denied the fact that he had family and a daughter because he was doing dishonest work and couldn't act proud in front of his children.

Do-sik regretted looking for the woman who begged him to stay in the corner of a park when it was snowing years ago, pleading, "I named her Seol-hee. I am scared. I need you here, please" but only found her after she had passed away.

Do-sik found her grave on the anniversary of her death and Yoo Ki-ae saw the yellow chrysanthemums someone left on her mother's grave, running out to look for him. She could perhaps find the father she never knew.

"Fermented Family" is slowly unraveling secrets that have been kept for too long.

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