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[Spoiler] "Very Good Times" Secrets of birth revealed

2014/02/24 | Permalink | Source

"Very Good Times" revealed some very complicated relationships connected with birth.

On the second episode of the new KBS 2TV weekend drama "Very Good Times", the very complicated family relationship was brought up along with the appearance of Kang Dong-seok (Lee Seo-jin).

Kang Dong-seok appeared for the first time in 15 years and Ha Yeong-choon (Choi Hwa-jung) told his mother Jang So-sim (Youn Yuh-jung), "Introduce me nicely and not as his father's concubine, but as a victim who married him thinking he was divorced".

Jang So-sim told Kang Dong-seok to treat her like an aunt and Kang Sang-sik (Kim Sang-ho), his uncle, introduced a couple of small kids saying that they were his brother and sister. "Your father appeared like Santa Claus 9 years ago with them, then disappeared. I will tell you again about their origin".

There was a secret to Kang Dong-hee's origin as well. Oh Seung-hoon (Park Joo-hyeon) saw Kang Dong-hee take care of his mother and said his mother wasn't his real mother. And then another employee said, "He knew that since middle school but is pretending not to know".

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