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[Spoiler] "The Wang Family" 30 years later

2014/02/16 | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV weekend drama broadcasted its final episode.

On the final episode, Wang Bong (Jang Yong) and his family resolved to peace and happiness.

The Wang Family got their house back and their youngest daughter Wang Gwang-bak (Lee Yoon-ji) recovered her relationship with Choi Dae-se (Lee Byung-joon). Heo Se-dal's (Oh Man-seok) mother Park Sal-ra (Lee Bo-hee) decided to move back in with Choi Dae-se.

Ko Min-joong reunited with Oh Soon-jeong (Kim Hee-jung-II) and Soo-bak (Oh Hyun-kyung) maintained a good tie with Min-joong even after his re-marriage.

Then 30 years later, the members of "The Wang Family" gathered together once again with plenty of white hair showing. However, the response from the public was that it was quite shocking. The drama ended successfully with a high percentage.

Meanwhile, KBS drama "Very Good Times" is coming up next week on the 22nd, starring Lee Seo-jin and Kim Hee-sun.

Source : www.dailian.co.kr/new...

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