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[Spoiler] "Rascal Sons", a happy ending

2013/03/24 | 1829 views | Permalink | Source

MBC weekend drama, "Rascal Sons" ended happily.

The final episode of the drama showed Yoo Hyeon-gi (Lee Sung-jae), Yoo Min-gi (Ryu Soo-young) and Yoo Seung-gi's (Seo In-guk) happy future.

Hyeon-gi and In-ok (Myung Se-bin) decided to live together. Seung-gi also moved into the house with Mi-rim (Yoon Se-in). Min-gi brought Yoo-ri (Park Soo-ah) to his parents Jeong-sook (Na Moon-hee) and Won-tae (Park In-hwan) and Jeong-sook seemed to melt in front of them. In-ok was having baby sickness, making Hyeon-gi happy.

In the end, the Three Brothers and their lovers gathered around the parents' house and had a happy party, realizing the preciousness of 'family'.

"Rascal Sons" which started in September last year looked through the truth, meaning and value of family and marriage. Men and women who lived different lives became a family and connected with the viewers through the process of happiness and sadness.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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