Spoiler "Yeah, That is How It Is" Nam Gyoo-ri and Jeong Hae-in's elope ends

Nam Gyoo-ri and Jeong Hae-in went back to their families.

On the 40th episode of the SBS weekend drama "Yeah, That is How It Is", Lee Na-yeong (Nam Gyoo-ri) and Yoo Se-joon (Jeong Hae-in) were taken back home.

Lee Na-yeong and Yoo Se-joon left the homeregardless of their parents' oppositions. They made it thrueach day doing demandingpaintings and were financially struggling.

However, Lee Na-yeong sooner or later told Yoo Se-joon, "I can not take it anymore. I would like tomove home". She attempted to convince him to do in ordersmartlyyet they argued and Yoo Se-joon tried to make her go alone.

Yoo Se-joon's circle of relatives Han Hye-kyeong (Kim Hae-sook) and Yoo Se-hee (Yoon Soy) got here along and took them back home. Yoo Se-joon apologized to his grandma Kim Sook-ja (Kang Boo-ja).

Lee Na-yeong cried as she fell into Lee Tae-hee's (Im Ye-jin) arms.

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Spoiler "Yeah, That is How It Is" Jeong Hae-in gets permission and proposes to Nam Gyoo-ri

Jeong Hae-in were given permission to marry Nam Gyoo-ri.

On the 42nd episode of the SBS drama "Yeah, That is How It Is", Yoo Se-joon (Jeong Hae-in) went to Lee Tae-hee's (Im Ye-jin) house. They got disenchantedspeaking about marriage.

On any other day, Se-joon dressed up and went to get permission to marry Na-yeong (Nam Gyoo-ri). In the end, Tae-hee gave the fairway light.

He returned houseto inform his mom Hye-kyeong (Kim Hae-sook) and Sook-jae (Kang Boo-ja), "I got permission! We are getting married!"

Se-joon ran to Na-yeong and said, "It's a miracle! We may bein a position to become married!" Na-yeong used to bestunned at this surprising proposal.

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Spoiler "Yeah, That is How It Is" Nam Gyoo-ri forced to get a divorce with Jeong Hae-in by skill of Im Ye-jin

Nam Gyoo-ri and Jeong Hae-in were forced to get a divorce because their families were opposed to them,

SBS drama "Yeah, That is How It Is" showed Yoo Se-joon (Jeong Hae-in) and Lee Na-yeong (Nam Gyoo-ri) breaking apart unwillingly.

Se-joon was onceworriedon account of Lee Tae-hee (Im Ye-jin) who kept barging into the shop where he worked. Na-yeong did not know this and greeted Se-joon at the store. Se-joon attempted to send her away as briefly every bit possible.

However, Tae-hee came aboutto strollin precisely then and changed into outraged at the sight of them together. Tae-hee stated mean things and dragged Na-yeong home. Na-yeong cried and called out Se-joon's name.



Spoiler "Yeah, That is How It Is" Nam Gyoo-ri and Jeong Hae-in kiss

"Yeah, That is How It Is" Nam Gyoo-ri and Jeong Hae-in expressed every other's emotions with a kiss.

On the twenty-second episode of the SBS weekend drama, "Yeah, That's How It Is", Lee Na-yeong (Nam Gyoo-ri and Yoo Se-joon (Jeong Hae-in) checked how they felt for every other.

Lee Na-yeong was once active to Yoo Se-joon and asked to fulfill him. They mentioned traveling and were givenwith reference toevery one other.

Lee Na-yeong have becomefair to Yoo Se-joon and asked if they might kiss. Yoo Se-joon did notnoticein the beginningyet later understood and kissed her.



Spoiler "Yeah, That is How It Is" Jeong Hae-in's weigh down in opposition to Nam Gyoo-ri

Jeong Hae-in's center fluttered at the considered Nam Gyoo-ri.

On the 20th episode of the SBS drama "Yeah, That is How It Is", Yoo Se-joon (Jeong Hae-in) suffered at the idea of her in-law Lee Na-yeong (Nam Gyoo-ri).

Yoo Se-joon concept around Lee Na-yeong and fell deeply into thought. He then smiled at the thought-about her.

However, he attemptednot totake into consideration her as she was once his in-law. He worked out to eliminate her mindyet it did not work.

When Lee Na-yeong's mom Lee Tae-hee (Im Ye-jin) talked badly about Yoo Se-joon, she covered for him.

Lee Na-yeong even said, "I would fall for him if he wasn't my in-law".



Spoiler "Yeah, That is How It Is" Nam Gyoo-ri's bubbly character

Nam Gyoo-ri showed just how bubbly she is in "Yeah, That is How It Is".

On the fourteenth episode of the SBS drama "Yeah, That's How It Is", Yoo Se-hee (Yoon Soy) vented to Yoo So-hee (Shin So-yul) and Lee Na-yeong (Nam Gyoo-ri) about how disillusioned she was once to notice Han Hye-kyeong (Kim Hae-sook) looking tosurrender her room to Yoo Se-hyeon (Jo Han-seon) and his bride-to-be Yoo-ri (Wang Ji-hye).

Lee Na-yeong listened to Yoo Se-hee and said, "That's nothing. I went to peer an audition and were given my garments torn up. Does this convenience you?"

Lee Na-yeong took Yoo Se-hee and Yoo So-hee to a karaoke and sang her middle out. However, the alternative two looked bored. Lee Na-yeong heated things up with some upbeat songs sang comically in Chinese, making them smile.



Spoiler "Yeah, That is How It Is" Kang Boo-ja advises to leave Jeong Hae-in alone

Kang Boo-jae prompt Kim Hae-sook to leave Jeong Hae-in alone.

On the 8th episode of the SBS drama "Yeah, That is How It Is", Kim Sook-ja (Kang Boo-ja) urged Han Hye-kyeong (Kim Hae-sook).

Kim Sook-ja took pity on Yoo Se-joon (Jeong Hae-in) who used to be in bed with a tonsil infection. Kim Sook-jae told Han Hye-kyeong, "She's yours so long asthe youngsters are crawling. There isno longer one kidthat does notdissatisfied you. Here isnot anything and it isn't like she's into medication or gang activities".

Han Hye-kyeong did notnotice why her daughter become twenty-eight years old and sought after to surrender on getting a job. Kim Sook-ja said, "That's what you think. Tell her to do what she wants. If things determine well, then great. Yet if not, she'll realize her mom was right".



[Spoiler] "Good Day" Jeong Hye-seong chooses Kim Hyeong-gyoo-I over wealth

Soy (Jeong Hye-seong) chose lover Seo In-woo (Kim Hyeong-gyoo-I) over wealth.

Soy"s mother insisted Soy to break off the engagement with In-woo, as his grandmother had Parkinson"s. She also threatened Soy about not giving her a single bit of the family wealth if she refused her demand.

Soy moved out of her house and went to In-woo. She told him, "I was kicked out" and also told him that all she needed was the ring he gave her. In-woo tried to send her back home, but she was already shaking in front of his house.

In the end, In-woo asked Da-jeong to take Soy in for a while. He was worried about Soy, so he sneaked some food for her.

Soy was touched by his consideration and couldn"t stop showing love for him. Their affection for each other grew.

Meanwhile, Nam Goong-yeong and Song Jeong went on a date and opened the gates to romance.




[Spoiler] "Good Day" Kim Hyeong-gyoo-I gets angry at Jeong Hye-seong

Hye-seong struggled to catch up with Park Se-yeong.

On the episode of the SBS drama "Good Day", Soy (Jeong Hye-seong) and In-woo (Kim Hyeong-gyoo-I) had a conflict.

Soy was jealous of Da-jeong (Park Se-yeong) for being liked by her father-in-law and claimed she would work at the store, too. She got up but tripped and fell, delaying delivery. In-woo noticed resentment and pity in her tears.

He yelled at her for delaying delivery and Soy was made at him for yelling at her.

Soy asked, "Do you still like Jeong Da-jeong?" then left the house.




[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" Park Yeong-gyoo changes the Koryo diplomatic policy

Park Yeong-gyoo's scheme changed the diplomatic policy of the Koryo.

On the KBS 1TV drama "Jeong Do-jeon" on the 12th, the story took place after the envoys of the Ming Dynasty were murdered by the escorts.

Previously, Jeong Do-jeon (Jo Jae-hyeon) requested Queen Myeong-deok to let the Ming Dynasty know of the death of the late king. However, this was a difficult situation as Lee In-im and the powerful families were worried they would be blamed by the Emperor of the Ming Dynasty.

Meanwhile, Lee In-im didn't prevent the envoys being sent to the Ming Dynasty under Choi Yeong's (Seo In-seok) request. He made the message come back by killing them.

Jeong Do-jeon read Lee In-im's intentions at once. Lee In-im's scheme changed the diplomatic policies altogether.