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[Spoiler] "Padam Padam" Jung Woo-sung's fatherly song

2012/01/31 | Permalink | Source

Jung Woo-sung showed some fatherly love.

On the latest episode of JTBC drama "Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats", aired on January 31st, Yang Kang-chil (Jung Woo-sung) decided to send Im Jeong (Choi Tae-joon) to America.

Im Jeong went out of the house angry as his step-father Lee Seok came home and Yang Kang-chil told his mother (Na Moon-hee), "I came out as the real father through the blood test so I will send him to America. Just think of yourself as one who's destined to never have your son or grandson next to you", without really meaning it.

Forcing down tears, she also acted cool and said, "Yeah I'd be better off without a grandson", but left the table while eating to go outside and cry.

In the end Kang-chil also felt a fatherly love for Im Jeong and started banging on the table loudly singing a song to let out the frustration.

Meanwhile, Oh Yong-hak (Kim Hyung-bum) woke up and said that Yang Kang-chil had some evidence.

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