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[Spoiler] "Ojak Brothers" Ryu Soo-young's honesty makes Choi Jung-yoon cry

2012/01/08 | Permalink | Source

Choi Jung-yoon and Ryu Soo-young gave each other a chance to resolve their conflict.

On the latest episode of KBS drama "Ojak Brothers" Tae-beom (Ryu Soo-young) and Soo-yeong's (Choi Jung-yoon) relationship showed a possibility for change.

Soo-yeong called for Tae-beom as her abdomen started hurting and he took her to the hospital. There was nothing wrong but she needed rest.

Soo-yeong got some rest in the hospital and Tae-beom didn't leave her side. He spoke honestly while he stayed next to her.

He put a hand on her tummy and called for "Cha Bear", the baby, saying that he was sorry for ignoring the time when the baby was first here and that he would always be by its side. "I love you Cha Bear and I love you Cha Soo-yeong". Soo-yeong awoke from her sleep and got teary at his honest confession.

For the next couple of days no matter how hard and coldly Soo-yeong tried to get him to leave, Tae-beom didn't, and eventually she stopped and began to show signs of forgiveness.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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