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[Spoiler] "This Is Family" Kyun Mi-ri yells at Yoon Park

2014/12/07 | 949 views | Permalink | Source

Kyun Mi-ri showed Yoon Park her most unpleasant side.

On the episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama "This Is Family", Yang-geum (Kyun Mi-ri) yelled nasty things at Ki-chan (Kim Il-woo).

Yang-geum couldn't stand Ki-chan criticizing her for everything and finally lost it and started yelling out terrible words to him.

However, Kang-jae saw her. Ki-chan yelled, " This is the truth of the elegant mother-in-law. You know why I was always throwing things around? I wanted to put her down a notch. She's so old now that medication won't even work on her".

Yang-geum drank her embarrassment away. She wanted to hide in a hole because of the fact that she'd shown her nasty side to the son-in-law who she'd always criticized.

Kang-jae told Yang-geum that he was going back to Soon-bong's house and said, "Don't worry about today. I didn't hear anything". Yang-geum buried her head in her arms in embarrassment.

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