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[Spoiler] "Yeah, That's How It Is" Jo Han-sun and Wang Ji-hye's troublesome relationship

2016/02/21 | 991 views | Permalink | Source

Jo Han-sun and Wang Ji-hye caused an uproar in their family.

The episode of the SBS weekend drama "Yeah, That's How It Is" increased by 0.9% which resulted in 7.8%.

Yoo Se-hyeon (Jo Han-sun) and Yoo-ri's (Wang Ji-hye) romance caused a stir in their families. Also, the difference in views of marriage between the new and old generations became a new issue.

Yoo-ri left Se-hyeon 3 times in 3 years and even after she decided to marry him, she mentioned the apartment as one of the reasons she left him. Se-hyeon's father Yoo Jae-ho (Hong Yo-seob) brought up the past pin pointed her actions.

Se-hyeon's uncle Kyeong-ho (Song Seung-hwan) also scolded Se-hyeon for letting her do that 3 times and taking her back and said he should break up with her.

However, the younger generations' thoughts were different. Se-hyeon's sister Se-hee (Yoon So-yi) who heard of her brother's relationship through Hye-kyeong, stood by their side.

At the end of the drama, Yoo-ri came to Se-hyeon's house once again.

Source : www.tenasia.co.kr/arc...

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