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[Spoiler] "This Is Family", Park Hyung-sik finds out about father's illness

2015/01/04 | 1169 views | Permalink | Source

Park Hyung-sik discovered his father's illness.

On the forty-first episode of the KBS 2TV drama "This Is Family", Cha Dal-bong (Park Hyung-sik) found out that his father Cha Soon-bong's (Yoo Dong-geun) has cancer.

When her father faints because of Cha Dal-bong's mischief, Cha Kang-sim (Kim Hyun-joo) convinced her brother Cha Kang-jae (Yoon Park) to tell him about it. Cha Kang-jae took her to a street stall.

They drank Soju and Cha Kang-jae said, "I saved more than 1,500 patients, but I can't save my own father. Why did I become a doctor? Why did I become a doctor when I can't even save my own father?"

He continued, "I can't trust him. He's going to cry and bug everyone". Cha Kang-sim said, "But we need to give him time to prepare himself for father's death".

Cha Dal-bong overheard everything and said, "What are you guys talking about? Why do you need to save dad? You don't deal with back problems". Cha Kang-jae slowly told him, "It's exactly what you're thinking. Father doesn't have much time to live".

Dal-bong broke down and grabbed his brother by the neck and yelled at him for not telling him until now.

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