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[Spoiler] "Family Outing" Park Won-sook leaves family

2015/03/01 | 277 views | Permalink | Source

 Park Won-sook decided to leave her family.

Ggeut-soon (Park Won-sook) disappeared on her family on the episode of the SBS drama "Family Outing".

She found her family for the first time in 50 years to give them an inheritance of 20 billion won but she was disappointed to see them mad about the money. She blamed herself for her daughter Dal-ja who tried to interfere with the relationship between Dong-joo and Hak-yeon with money.

Ggeut-soon decided to leave her family. Her husband was shocked to find her room cleaned out the next morning and cried out loud. The rest of the family was also shocked that she'd left. She hadn't even told her favorite grandchild Dong-seok (Jin Yi-han) that she was leaving.

The family became worried that the Alzheimer patient was lost somewhere, then reported her missing to the police. Later on, they discovered the bank book she'd left behind.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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