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[Spoiler] "Fermented Family" Song Il-gook and Jung Ae-ri reconcile through kimchi

2012/02/23 | 1558 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Ae-ri and Song Il-gook made amends with each other.

In the final episode of JTBC drama "Fermented Family", aired on February 23rd, Ki Ho-tae (Song Il-gook) forgave his mother Hyeon-sook (Jung Ae-ri) after a long period of thinking.

Lee Ki-chan (Kang Shin-il) called all the Cheon Ji In family together and made seafood kimchi. Ki Ho-tae made more at night, all alone.

The next morning, Hyeon-sook ran into Ho-tae but she couldn't easily say anything to him.

He held out the kimchi he made first and said, "I made this myself. I spent the whole night awake trying to make the juice clear".

He then asked her, "How was I when I was born?" and she replied in a shaking voice, "You looked like your dad. Your hands and feet were like mine".

They shared a conversation more comfortably with each other and he told her, "I want to eat what you make me" and she smiled happily.

Everyone in Cheon Ji In made kimchi together and had a happy ending.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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