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[Spoiler] "Ojak Brothers" Jung Suk-won and Joo Won are brothers?

2011/11/06 | 1158 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Suk-won turned out to be Joo Won's mother's stepson.

On the episode of KBS 2TV's "Ojak Brothers" on November 6th, Tae-hee (Joo Won) coincidentally saw a picture on Je-ha's (Jung Suk-won) desk when he went to find him.

Staring at the picture, Tae-hee couldn't help but be surprised. In the picture was his mother.

Je-ha saw him standing there in shock and said, "Did you just notice? I wasn't going to tell you anything until the case was over".

He continued, "Like you think, the woman in the picture is Oh Yoo-jin who gave birth to you. I am her son. Kim who got remarried 24 years ago is my father".

Je-ha told Tae-hee, who was swept over with shock and anger, "I am your brother. I wanted to see you. I was curious about you".

Tae-hee got ahold of his collar and said, "To me, my only brothers are Hwang Tae-sik and Hwang Tae-beom. This is the final warning I am giving you rationally".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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