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[Spoiler] "This Is Family" Yoo Dong-geun starts filial piety

2014/11/02 | Permalink | Source

On the twenty-third episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama "This Is Family", Cha Soon-bong (Yoo Dong-geun) held hands with Byeon Woo-tak.

Cha Soon-bong cried to himself when a conflict arose between his sister Cha Soon-geum (Yang Hee-kyung) and his children on the anniversary of his wife's death. Cha Soon-geum was infuriated when Cha Soon-bong pre-wrote his will for Cha Kang-jae (Yoon Park). When Soon-geum yelled at Kang-jae for making him write out his will and Cha Kang-jae yelled back at her, they stabbed a dagger through Cha Soon-bong's chest.

The next day, lawyer Byeon Woo-tak came by to buy some tofu and asked if everything was alright. Cha Soon-bong said, "I don't know if this can be a case" to which Byeon Woo-tak said, "There's nothing in the world that isn't a case". Then Cha Soon-bong mentioned his children's names, "Cha Kang-sim (Kim Hyun-joo), Cha Kang-jae and Cha Dal-bong (Park Hyung-sik)".

Byeon Woo-tak couldn't believe it and Cha Soon-bong said, "They are my children and I would like to sue them for being undutiful".

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