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[Spoiler] 'This is Family' Park Hyung-sik weeps with father Yoo Dong-geun

2015/01/17 | 748 views | Permalink | Source

The father and son, Yoo Dong-geun and Park Hyung-sik wept alone and together.

On the 44th episode of KBS 2TV drama, "This Is Family", Cha Soon-bong (Yoo Dong-geun) was persuaded by son, Cha Dal-bong (Park Hyung-sik).

Although Cha Dal-bong sold all of the 32 cases of tofu as ordered by Cha Soon-bong, Cha Soon-bong found out the family members bought the leftover from him and scolded the son saying, "Are you going to rely on your family even when you would encounter difficulties in running the business".

Cha Soon-bong said, "Why do you keep insisting on the tofu store while you have so many other options for your job". Cha Dal-bong responded, "However hard I would try, I cannot become like big sister or big brother. Why do you keep asking me to become like them".

Cha Soon-bong asked back, "How hard have you tried?" Cha Dal-bong replied, "I tried to death. I have been thinking about my future every night. I don't see a future for now, but I want to give it a try to live a life like you. Why is it so bad?" and then he wept with tears.

Even though Cha Dal-bong left the stop saying, "Pathetic", he started sobbing right after. The son and father wept alone but also together.

Cha Soon-bong woke up his son, Cha Dal-bong next morning and said, "You sleep so much in the morning. What makes you say you can learn how to make tofu? I'm going to test you for a month. Try to pass". He finally decided to pass over his tofu making skills to the son.

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