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[Spoiler] "Shall We Live Together" Park Sun-young Marries Kang Sung-wook

2018/06/17 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS2TV drama "Shall We Live Together", Lee Mi-yeon (Jang Mi-hee) was not on good terms with Choi Moon-sik (Kim Kwon).

Lee Mi-yeon was angry that he dismissed Mr. Yang (Park Sang-myun) in her name and Choi Moon-sik asked if she ever thought of him as her son. She felt betrayed and he ended up leaving the house.

Jeong Eun-tae (Lee Sang-woo), who came back to Korea, told Park Yoo-ha (Han Ji-hye) that he liked her a lot and she asked him for some time to think. Park Seon-ha (Park Sun-young) married Cha Kyeong-soo (Kang Sung-wook) and Park Hyo-seop (Yoo Dong-geun) cried at his daughter's wedding Park Hyeon-ha (Geum Sae-rok) came home after the wedding and cheered him up by saying that she won't get married and live with him forever.

Jeong Eun-tae saw Park Yoo-ha and said he missed her. He asked her out and said, "I'll be good to your family too". Park Yoo-ha worried about his family but he said, "Are you going out with my family?"

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