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[Spoiler] "Give Love Away" Park Geun-hyung and Cha Hwa-yeon's approval of love

2014/03/30 | Permalink | Source

Park Geun-hyung and Cha Hwa-yeon's love came true at last.

Hyeon-soo (Park Geun-hyung) and Soon-ae (Cha Hwa-yeon) were confused when they children suggested they all took a family picture in the MBC drama "Give Love Away".

Soon-ae asked why they were taking another picture when they did at Mi-joo's (Hong Soo-hyun) wedding but got dressed in her Hanbok anyway.

Hyeon-soo was also dressed up for this family picture. Actually, it was a small wedding their children had arranged for them.

Hyeon-soo and Soon-ae were surprised to run into each other Ha-rim's (Seo Ji-suk) restaurant and the children blessed them with love. Joon-seong (Yoon Park) and Ha-kyeong (Shin Da-eun) were also there to congratulate them.

Hyeon-soo and Soon-ae were able to make their love come true with the help of their families.

Meanwhile, following "Give Love Away" is "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!" starring Oh Yeon-seo, Oh Chang-suk, Kim Ji-hoon-I, Lee Yoo-ri and more.

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