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[Spoiler] "Mom" Park Young-gyu proposes to Cha Hwa-yeon

2015/12/27 Source

Chairman Eom (Park Young-gyu) proposed to Yoon Jeong-ae (Cha Hwa-yeon) in the MBC weekend drama "Mom".

Eom decided to use the kiss footage leak as a chance to propose to her. He thought if he didn't propose that this would just remain an embarrassing moment for Yoon Jeong-ae.

Eom prepared a propose for Jeong-ae. He appeared from the dark in an empty theater and said, "Before I met Jeong-ae I didn't have a dream. Now I know that each day ahead of us are precious times. I want to spend the rest of this precious time with you if you will have me".

Eom knelt down in front of Jeong-ae and said, "I love you. I love you the way you are. Please marry me" and gave her a ring. However, the surprise didn't end here. A children's choir appeared out of nowhere and sang one of her favorite songs.

Yoon Jeong-ae recalled all the things she did with Eom and cried tears of happiness. She held his hand and speechlessly accepted his propose.

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