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[Spoiler] "This Is Family" Yoo Dong-geun coughs blood and faints

2015/01/11 | 722 views | Permalink | Source

 Terminally ill Yoo Dong-geun coughed up blood and passed out on the forty-third episode of "This Is Family".

KBS 2TV weekend drama "This Is Family" showed Cha Bong-soon (Yoo Dong-geun) watching Cha Dal-bong (Park Hyung-sik) with a smile on his face and then coughing up blood.

Cha Soon-bong was against the fact that his youngest son Cha Dal-bong wanted to continue the tofu shop they owned but his son insisted. In the end, Cha Soon-bong decided to give him a chance.

Miss Go (Kim Seo-ra) and Yoon Eun-ho (Seo Kang-joon) heard the news and decided to help Cha Dal-bong sell tofu. Thanks to them they were able to sell much more than they thought they would.

Cha Soon-bong was sick in bed but he got up to watch Cha Dal-bong and Kang Seoul (Nam Ji-hyun) working. He said to himself, "Making everyday seem meaningful is the meaning of life".

Just then, he coughed up blood and aroused an air of anxiety as the father and son stood on either sides of a window and Cha Soon-bong fainted.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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