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[Spoiler] "Yeah, That's How It Is" Nam Gyu-ri and Jung Hae-in's elope ends

2016/06/26 Source

Nam Gyu-ri and Jung Hae-in went back to their families.

On the fortieth episode of the SBS weekend drama "Yeah, That's How It Is", Lee Na-yeong (Nam Gyu-ri) and Yoo Se-joon (Jung Hae-in) were taken back home.

Lee Na-yeong and Yoo Se-joon left the house despite their parents' oppositions. They made it through day by day doing hard work and were financially struggling.

However, Lee Na-yeong eventually told Yoo Se-joon, "I can't take it anymore. I want to go home". She tried to convince him to do so as well but they argued and Yoo Se-joon tried to make her go alone.

Yoo Se-joon's family Han Hye-kyeong (Kim Hae-sook) and Yoo Se-hee (Yoon So-yi) came along and took them back home. Yoo Se-joon apologized to his grandma Kim Sook-ja (Kang Bu-ja).

Lee Na-yeong cried as she fell into Lee Tae-hee's (Im Ye-jin) arms.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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