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[Spoiler] 'This is Family' Yang Hee-kyung is shocked to encounter Yoo Dong-geun in patient's gown

2015/02/01 | 786 views | Permalink | Source

Yang Hee-kyung was shocked to find Yoo Dong-geun, who ran away from the hospital.

On the 49th episode of KBS 2TV drama, "This Is Family", Cha Soon-bong (Yoo Dong-geun) ran away from the hospital and encountered his younger sister, Cha Soon-geum (Yang Hee-kyung) unexpectedly.

As his youngest child, Cha Dal-bong (Park Hyung-sik) made an accident in the tofu factory, Cha Soon-bong escaped the hospital without his doctor son, Cha Kang-jae (Yoon Park)'s knowledge. Once he resolved the messy situation for Cha Dal-bong, he was smiling to witness the improvement his son had made.

At the moment he was leaving to return to the hospital, he encountered his younger sister, Cha Soon-geum. Cha Soon-bong was going through the cancer treatment while he lied to his family he went on a vacation with Miss Go (Kim Seo-ra).

Cha Soon-geum was so surprised and asked him, "Aren't you on a vacation? What's with the patient's gown?"

Cha Soon-geum was the only family member who did not know Cha Soon-bong was going through the last stage of cancer because the entire family was hiding it from her, as she would be most shocked once she would find out about his illness. That said, the scene implies the upcoming conflict in the next episode.

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