'Time Slip Dr. Jin' JYJ Jaejoong's Doomed Fate
By Staff Writer | July 16, 2012 08:33 PM EDT
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On the 16th episode of "Time Slip Dr. Jin" that aired on July 15, the unfortunate fate of Kim Kyung Tak (Kim Jaejoong) was revealed when his own father, Byung Hee, betrays him without any remorse.
During the episode, Kim Kyung Tak shoots Lee Ha Eung (Lee Bum Soo) in order to get his father's approval. However, all of his efforts become meaningless and Kim Kyung Tak lands in a complicated situation. Instead of helping his son, Kim Kyung Tak's father disowns him.
Rejected by Hong Young Rae (Park Min Young) and his own biological father, Kim Kyung Tak begins to feel helpless about his fate and plans to commit suicide. The only thing that brings him down to his normal healthy state of mind is Hong Young Rae. After thinking about his love Hong Young Rae, Kim Kyung Tak gains strength and decides to ask his father for forgiveness one more time.
After seeing his son begging for forgiveness, Kim Kyung Tak's father says, "There will be a lot of things to take care of in the future. You can call me your father again." Kim Kyung Tak is touched by his father's words but in reality, he was only about to be taken advantage of. Kim Kyung Tak's father had formed a bond with Lee Ha Eung in order to gain more power.
The only reason Kim Kyung Tak was trying so hard to impress Byung Hee was simply because he was Kim Kyung Tak's biological father. Kim Kyung Tak grew up without a father and was dearly longing for his father's love and acceptance.
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