My Beloved Sister

Season 1 Episode 26

Episode 26

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Episode 26
Jin-a's grandmother visits Seung-ju's place, and looks over their room. When her eyes fall on the picture of Seung-ju's father, Yeong-ju tells her that he is his father, and that he believes his father to be alive somewhere. At that moment, Hyeok-ju comes home from work carrying some sweet stuffed pancakes, and Jin-a's grandmother looks at the two boys with compassionate eyes. Later, she has someone investigate whether Seung-ju's father is truly dead. Waiting for Seung-ju to finish work, Gern-wu feels bad about Seung-ju working without even being able to take a bite to eat. He suggests that they go out and get something to eat quickly, but Seung-ju says she can't go out alone when others are working. She tells Gern-wu to go home without her, and kisses him suddenly in the elevator. However, when she gets out of the elevator, she meets Min Jun-ki. Min makes a comment about the senior staff making the newcomers do all the cleaning on the pretext of training, and takes Seung-ju to a Gimbap (rice rolled in dried laver) house after discovering she hasn't eaten yet. Min Jun-ki asks if Seung-ju is angry about what happened at the store in the morning, but tells her that's the way for her to learn one thing at a time. Then he goes onto encourage her, saying he recognizes that she has sense for style. Meanwhile, instead of going back home, Gern-wu buys some Gimbap and Spicy Broiled Rice Cakes, and goes back to see Seung-ju. When he can't find Seung-ju anywhere, he hands over the food to one of her colleagues and turns to go. However, he can't help being startled at seeing Min Jun-ki walking out of the elevator and Seung-ju following him.moreless
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