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"Answer Me 1997" end of drama-dinner

2012/09/05 Source

Pictures from a dinner party with the "Answer Me 1997" team were posted on SNS and community bulletins on the 4th and 5th of September.

This dinner party took place on the 4th in Seoul and Seo In-guk, Jung Eun-ji, Eun Ji-won, Sung Dong-il and other casts as well as writer Lee Woo-jeong-I, producer Sin Won-ho and others were there.

Seo In-guk is smiling brightly with the presents fans gave him and Jung Eun-ji, Sung Dong-il and Lee Il-hwa are so loving towards each other.

Especially the funny picture of Eun Ji-won, Sung Dong-il and Jung Eun-ji stands out and the picture is labeled, "Why are grown ups acting like this? Uncle Dong-il~ you're son's going to see this and learn!"

Netizens say, "It's almost the end, I'm sad", "Is it already the end? I am curious about the ending", "I don't want it to end" and more.

Meanwhile, "Answer Me 1997" will end with the final chapter "Why first love's don't last".

Source : wstarnews.hankyung.co...

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