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[Spoiler] Jung Suk-won makes a surprise appearance in "Ojak Brothers'

2011/10/23 | 934 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Suk-won appeared in the drama and had a game of hoops with Hwang Tae-hee (Joo Won).

The KBS 2TV drama "Ojak Brothers" showed Jung Suk-won appear as movie producer Kim Jae-ha. Wanting to create a movie related to detectives, he asks for help at the station when Tae-hee is there, and he is ordered to help him out.

Disturbed by matters with Ja–eun (UEE) about the farm, Tae-hee pointedly refuses Jae-ha's favor and plays a game of hoops to clear his mind.

While playing alone, someone appears and takes the ball from him, shooting into the hoop. Tae-hee doesn't stand down and plays along, pushing each other and shooting at the hoop. Tae-hee did lose but succeeds in a long-distance shoot.

Jae-ha introduces himself as a movie director to Tae-hee and they both shake hands, rather awkwardly.

Jae-ha is known to be in a three way relationship with Ja-eun and Tae-hee.

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