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[Spoiler] "Liver Or Die" Yoo Joon-sang's Love for his Family

2019/01/10 | 223 views | Permalink | Source

In the KBS 2TV drama "Liver or Die", Yoo Joon-sang plays the role of Poong-sang. It's only a week into the drama, but Poong-sang and his pain-in-the-butt siblings have caused quite a stir.

On the latest episodes of the drama, Poong-sang showed much love for his siblings. His wife Kan Boon-sil (Shin Dong-mi) was furious at her in-law's for making Poong-sang go to the crematorium by himself, but he defended them and said, "One good thing about family is that you don't owe them anything".

However, Poong-sang continued to struggle. Kan Boon-sil asked Jin-sang (Oh Ji-ho), Jung-sang (Jeon Hye-bin), Hwa-sang (Lee Si-young), and We-sang (Lee Chang-yeop) to move out of their house, and her father didn't approve of Poong-sang and his siblings. More trouble lays ahead for Poong-sang as his daughter Lee Joong-yi (Kim Ji-young-III) is in her teens and Boon-sil is fed up with everything and leaves the house.

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