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[Spoiler] "The Wang Family" Oh Hyun-kyung runs away

2014/01/12 Source

Oh Hyun-kyung felt responsible for her family's moving and left the house.

On the fortieth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Wang Family", Wang Bong (Jang Yong) and his family had to move to another house because of his eldest daughter Wang Soo-bak (Oh Hyun-kyung).

She had been fooled by her boyfriend Heo Woo-dae (Lee Sang-hoon-II) and lost her house deeds to him. Wang Ho-bak (Lee Tae-ran) and Wang Gwang-bak (Lee Yoon-ji) quickly searched for a new house.

In their financial status, all they could find was a two-roomed house in a small town. The big family moved at once but come nighttime, they didn't know how they should spread themselves out.

Ahn Gye-sim (Na Moon-hee) criticized her granddaughter, "You ate off your husband Ko and now your father. You made him fail and now he's better off again after divorcing you. This is all your fault".

Wang Soo-bak left a note at night saying, "I am not coming back until I've found our house" then left.

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