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[Spoiler] "Bachelor's Vegetable Store" Park Won-sook and Kim Yeong-gwang

2012/02/01 | Permalink | Source

Park Won-sook from "Bachelor's Vegetable Store" shared warm love with her son Kim Yeong-gwang right before his police investigation.

On the episode of the Channel A drama "Bachelor's Vegetable Store", Hwang Soo-ja (Park Won-sook) eventually broke down in tears when saying goodbye to her son Seul-woo (Kim Yeong-gwang), who was going away for a police investigation.

She tried very hard to remain the strong mother in front of her son who was worried about her.

Seul-woo gave her a pair of gloves telling her, "Put these on when you want to hold my hand".

Saying their goodbyes, Seul-woo ran back and grabbed his mother into a hug with tears.

Meanwhile, bachelors' Tae-yang (Ji Chang-wook), Yoo-bong (Lee Kwang-soo), Ki-yeong (Ji Hyeok) and Chan-sol (Sin Won-ho) were at another critical stage of developing their business thanks to criticism from their neighboring stalls.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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