The last one to come around to the idea of the singing competition is Dal Bong who is hurt by watching everyone happily singing in preparation while his father is in the hospital.
Despite some stiff competitions (not really actually), Auntie Cha wins the singing competition and the grand prize money. Man, I have heard the song Auntie Cha was singing from so many different dramas lately that I can even sing it now.
Par Miss Ko's request, Daddy Cha gets up to sing his favorite song, and as he sings we walk down the memory lane with Daddy Cha once more.
A Year Later...
Dal Bong is doing great with the tofu store and is even finding success at adding onto Daddy Cha's basic tofu recipe by incorporating various healthy ingredients.
An owner of a much larger chicken store now, Joong Baek's business seems to be doing quite well, and is firm in telling Young Seol that he will not be sending their son overseas like they did to their daughter, since families are suppose to spend time together.
Back at home, Chairman Moon and his wife is trying to figure out if their crying grandson takes after Kang Shim or Tae Joo's picky personality.
In a tango lesson together, Madam Kwon and her husband also receive the happy news that they are soon to be grandparents. Madam Kwon is ready to start planning out all her grand child's future education needs, but Professor Kwon just tells her to leave it to the kids and focus on their own sexy dancing.
BTW, what happened to Miss Ko? I am curious what happened with her... but I guess she is kinda out of the picture once Daddy Cha is gone.
Hanging up the phone with Eun Ho, Dal Bong looks at his ring box nervously. How cute is that Eun Ho went with Dal Bong to help him pick out a ring for Seo Wool.
Seemingly transfixed by the ring, Seo Wool remains silent then finally said "No, I don't want to." Gasping, Kang Shim grabs Tae Joo's arm in fear that her little's brother heart is about to be shredded into a thousand pieces then everyone stifles their laugh when Seo Wool says "I want you to put it on me."
Everyone gathers around the newly engaged couple to congratulate them.
With a sly smile, Tae Joo tells Dal Bong that he should've asked him for some pointers since he could've given lots of suggestions for the proposal.
Dryly, Kang Shim adds "So he can propose twice like you did?" Ha!
While everyone files in to the house for dinner, Dal Bong is the last one to leave. Hearing a familiar laugh, Dal Bong spins around to find his father standing not too far away.
Eyes brimming with tears, Dal Bong answers Seo Wool's call and goes back into the house.
Whew! What a ride it has been! Other than the brief struggle I had with the logic of Daddy Cha suing his kids, and my problem with pairing Kang Jae with Hyo Jin, (I still think he had a whole lot more chemistry with his ex) I find surprisingly little to complain about this show.
This writer certainly has a talent in making the most annoying character all the sudden interesting and lovable... ie. Madam Kwon, Young Seol and Miss Ko. THAT, is an admirable skill especially in a family drama where the annoying character usually just get even more annoying.
While I was kinda hoping for a miracle for Daddy Cha I am not disappointed with his death. I guess in a way, that was the point of the whole show. Daddy Cha wanted his family to truly live like a family who care about each other and in the end they learned the lesson he taught them. All and all, one of my top favorite k-family drama.
Special thanks to all of you guys who stuck with this recap! What did you guys think of the ending?