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[Spoiler] "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" Eugene and Choi Won-young's first encounter

2013/02/18 Source

Choi Won-young reminisced the first time he met Eugene.

Kim Cheol-gyu (Choi Won-young) came home drunk after getting divorced with Min Chae-won (Eugene).

He thought about the time he first met her. He was in a lift going to work when she popped in right before the doors closed and he fell in love. She was a bright and cute person before marriage. She asked him, "Are you going for an interview? I had 2o interviews and if it's your first then you would be very nervous".

However, Kim Cheol-gyu was the interviewer. He smiled brightly at Min Chae-won who came in for her turn. He thought about the first time he saw her and started crying, calling out her name.

Meanwhile, "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" is a home drama about a generation of families running a noodle factory and the cast includes, Eugene, Lee Jung-jin, Shin Goo, Jung Hye-sun, Park Won-sook, Jung Bo-suk, Park Young-gyu, Jeon In-hwa, Cha Hwa-yeon, Park Joon-geum and more.

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