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Happy ending for the couple of 'Sungkyunkwan Scandal', Park Yoo-chun and Park Min-young

2010/11/02 | Permalink | Source

Park Yoo-chun and Park Min-young, who got married in 'Sungkynkwan Scandal', finished their last episode by showing their love.

In the last episode of 'Sungkyunkwan Scandal', which was on air on the 2nd, the four main characters' lives were presented. Especially, Seon-joon and Yoon-hee got married.

From female transvestite to almost becoming enemy with Seon-joon, Yoon-hee and Seon-joon's love had many blockages. By asking Jwa-sang for the marriage with Seon-joon, Yoon-hee got permission.

They live at day as colleagues in Sungkyunkwan, and at night, they act as loving couple who are not afraid to show their love.

Many people who watched this episode commented, “Wow! My Seon-joon changed a lot!', 'Their way to show their love is so embarrassing TT', 'Please make season 2 for us'.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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