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[Spoiler] "The Wang Family" Oh Hyun-kyung blows about the bankruptcy

2013/09/08 | Permalink | Source

Oh Hyun-kyung told the family about her husband's bankruptcy.

Wang Soo-bak (Oh Hyun-kyung) told the family the truth, although husband Ko Min-joong (Jo Sung-ha) tried to stop her.

Ko Min-joong's sister had a bone to pick with her brother and sister-in-law. She said, "This is our mother's first memorial. How can you be so late? This is your responsibility. Is your mother-in-law's birthday more important?"

Wang Soo-bak retorted, "We only sent food that was bought because I don't know how to cook. My mother's birthday is important. It's just once in her life. Isn't the living more important than the dead?"

The sister-in-law was astonished at what she said and said, "Think about it. What have you done besides spend the money that he makes? Take our father home today. Be the eldest daughter-in-law like you are".

Wang Soo-bak didn't want to have her father-in-law at home with them so she said, "Your brother is bankrupt. How can I take your father in when we are struggling ourselves to live?"

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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