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[Spoiler] "This Is Family" Yoo Dong-geun embraces Park Hyung-sik once again

2014/10/26 | 677 views | Permalink | Source

Park Hyung-sik cried in front of Yoo Dong-geun.

On the twenty-first episode of the KBS weekend drama "This Is Family", Cha Dal-bong (Park Hyung-sik) and Yoon Eun-ho (Seo Kang-joon) got involved in a street fight and had to compensate medical bills.

One of the guys who had caused the fight (Jang In-sup) came around to Cha Dal-bong and said, "Your father paid me money with a bow. Do you want to bow to me too or start another fight?" Cha Dal-bong grabbed him by the collars but Kang Seoul calmed him down with the words, "Think about your father". He then went to see his father.

Cha Soon-bong (Yoo Dong-geun) warmly asked Cha Dal-bong if he had dinner and Cha Dal-bong apologized for what he did. He cried and said, "I wasn't even at the hospital when you were there". Cha Soon-bong comforted him and wiped his tears away.

"I am your father whenever you need me", Cha Soon-bong added.

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