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"Fermented Family" becomes a healing drama

2011/12/19 | 1441 views | Permalink | Source

JTBC establishment special drama "Fermented Family" has now become a 'healing drama' that warms the heart.

Last weeks episode of "Fermented Family" made viewers cry as it drew the story of little Eun-bi (Yoon Hee-soo) who was abandoned by her mother and eventually became a member of Cheon Ji In.

Eun-bi who didn't even eat anything started opening up to kind words and found a connection with Ho-tae.

After the broadcast, the bulletin was filled with messages like, "Thank you for the warmth in this dry and extreme world", "I was touched all along" and more.

Lee Min-young who has the role of Lee Woo-joo in the drama said, "I feel like my heart is getting cured every time I go to the shooting site. I hope everyone can feel what I feel through the drama".

Meanwhile, "Fermented Family" shows the meaning of family as it is about the various events and processes the people at Cheon Ji In go through like being 'fermented' even though they are not blood related. Song Il-gook, Park Jin-hee, Lee Min-young and others make up the cast and it is broadcasted every Wednesday and Thursday at 8:45PM.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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