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[Spoiler] "Ojak Brothers" More love, more tragedy

2012/01/15 | 1227 views | Permalink | Source

As Joo Won and UEE's love becomes deeper, it's also becoming more and more tragic.

On the December 14th episode of KBS weekend drama "Ojak Brothers", Tae-hee (Joo Won) spoke about his affectionate feelings for Ja-eun (UEE) to his mother Bok-ja (Kim Ja-ok).

When she asked him, "What is it about Ja-eun that you love so much?" he answered, "There was a small hole in my heart. There was no prejudice in the love my parents gave me but there was something there that couldn't be filled. Ja-eun filled it up for me as we met".

Bok-ja was touched by his warm love but tried to avoid the reality that it was Ja-eun's father who killed his own. She told Tae-hee, "Let's talk about marrying her when your brother Tae-sik (Jung Woong-in) gets married first".

Ja-eun draped a scarf around Tae-hee and gave him her gloves when they met. They shared deep and affectionate feelings for each other but it seems as though the future will become tough on them when Tae-hee finds out that her father caused his own father's death.

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