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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Kim Young-chul returns

2014/05/18 | Permalink | Source

The three brothers were shocked at their reckless father's comeback.

The twenty-sixth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Very Good Times" showed Kang Tae-sub (Kim Young-chul) coming home.

He met Cha Hae-won (Kim Hee-sun) for the first time while he was being chased by loan sharks. He spent time at her café and said, "If my friends send me money, I'll go home with presents for my family".

As the night deepened, Cha Hae-won said, "Let me loan you the money". Kang Tae-sub didn't refuse, then said, "If I don't pay it back my children will".

Tae-sub didn't go home but instead he went to another restaurant where he ran into Ha Yeong-chun (Choi Hwa-jung) and Kang Dong-hee (Ok Taecyeon), who were fighting. Ha Yeong-chun recognized him but Tae-sub didn't.

Kang Dong-seok (Lee Seo-jin) also didn't recognize his father. The eldest Kang Dong-tak (Ryu Seung-soo) appeared and saw his father. Kang Dong-seok and Kang Dong-hee only then knew who he was.

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