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"This Is Family" preview: Kim Sang-kyung and Kang Hyeon-joo get married

2015/02/12 Source

 Kim Hyun-joo and Kim Sang-kyung are getting married at last.

The weekend drama "This Is Family" showed a scene where Cha Kang-sim (Kim Hyun-joo) and Moon Tae-soo (Kim Sang-kyung) are getting married.

In the stills, Kim Hyun-joo is wearing a white dress and Kim Sang-kyung in a tuxedo. In contrast to Kim Sang-kyung who is all smiles, Kim Hyun-joo looks like she suppressing her emotions.

In another picture, Kim Hyun-joo is going down the aisle with her arm in her father Cha Soon-bong's (Yoo Dong-geun). He is going through a moment of complicated emotions as he feels that his daughter is getting married quickly because of him who is suffering from cancer.

Soon-bong at least achieved his goal of wanting to find a mate for his daughter and Cha Kang-sim, also struggled to make that wish come true. What other things will happen to the Cha siblings from this point on?

The final episode of "This Is Family" is on the 14th and 15th.

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