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[Spoiler] "Ojak Brothers" Jung Woong-in was all smiles about his son's perfect scores

2011/12/11 | 784 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Woong-in couldn't help but be happy about his son's perfect test score.

On the thirty-eighth episode of KBS 2TV drama "Ojak Brothers" on December 11th, Hwang Tae-sik (Jung Woong-in) visited a local elementary school to enroll his son Gook-soo.

The headmaster said he needed to test if Gook-soo from the Philippines could follow the Korean lessons well. Tae-sik told his son, "It's alright if you get them wrong, just take it easy and take all the time you need to solve them", but couldn't hide the anxiousness in his voice.

However Gook-soo very quickly said, "I'm done" and handed in the paper. He scored '100' in every subject. Holding the all-circled papers in his hands, Tae-sik couldn't hide his surprise and happiness.

He then fussed around saying, "He must really be a lot like me" and became a 'fool for his son'. He didn't stop showing off the test papers when he saw his friend Mi-sook (Jun Mi-sun) at the school coincidentally.

Meanwhile, Tae-sik hid from his family that he quit his office job and has been working as a manual laborer during the day and a chauffer at night.

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