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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Kim Young-chul-I opposes marriage

2014/06/01 Source

Kim Young-chul-I turned his back on Kim Hee-sun and changed his mind.

On the thirtieth episode of KBS 2TV drama "Very Good Times", Kang Tae-sup (Kim Young-chul-I) opposed his son Kang Dong-seok (Lee Seo-jin) and Cha Hae-won's (Kim Hee-sun) marriage.

With Kang Tae-sup being at home for the first time in several years, he had taken a liking to Cha Hae-won and pointed her out as his daughter-in-law. Therefore, Cha Hae-won decided not to break up with Kang Dong-seok and continued their relationship.

However, Kang Tae-sup changed his mind when he found out that she was the daughter of a man who inflicted pain on Kang Dong-wook (Kim Ji-ho) and Kang Ki-soo (Oh Hyun-kyung-I). The reason he was away from home for so long was because he was ripped off of his compensation money and was trying to get it back.

Kang Tae-sup told Kang Dong-seok, "You have no idea what her father has done to this family. You know. I won't allow it. End it here. This marriage is not happening".

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