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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Ok Taecyeon proposes to Lee Cho-hee

2014/03/09 | Permalink | Source

Ok Taecyeon had not been able to list his own child on the family registry.

Dong-hee (Ok Taecyeon) proposed to Jeong-ah (Lee Cho-hee) on the sixth episode of the KBS 2TV weekend drama "Very Good Times".

Dong-hee was expelled from school for beating up the kids who bullied Jeong-ah. He spent a night with her drunkenly after that, then she became pregnant.

Jeong-ah told him she was pregnant. "Don't blame yourself; I can get rid of it. Just come by as my guardian once". When Dong-hee said he wanted to have the child, she said, "You're crazy. Who's going to support it? You're not even going to marry me so who's going to look after it?" When he said they should get married, she said, "Why would you marry me when you have such rich and pretty girls following you around? You don't even love me".

Dong-hee kissed her forcefully and questioned, "Can't I start loving you now? I will clear all the girls I've been seeing". However, Jeong-ah disappeared after having two children.

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