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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Lee Seo-jin criticizes Kim Young-chul-I

2014/05/25 | Permalink | Source

Lee Seo-jin criticized his father.

On the twenty-eighth episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama "Very Good Times", Kang Dong-seok (Lee Seo-jin) looked down on his father Kang Tae-sup (Kim Young-chul-I) who'd abandoned his family.

Kang Dong-seok didn't want to help his father who happened to be chased by some loan sharks but he helped him anyway. Kang Tae-sup said, "It's a good thing I raised sons. Did you see how they changed when I said you were a prosecutor? I heard rumors that you were doing well. That's because you have my head. It's thanks to me that you're so well off. Your mom didn't even know how to read".

Dong-seok yelled, "What are you so proud of? How much money do you need? You came back home because you need money, so how much do you need? Don't bother the family anymore and just leave".

However, Kang Tae-sup said, "There are worse criminals than me who have a good life, so why are you yelling at me?"

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