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Kim Min-jong and Jang Dong-gun, who's getting married?

2012/08/05 | 4670 views | Permalink | Source

Spoilers outgrow with 2 more episodes to go

With everything done and over on the 31st of last month, SBS weekend drama "A Gentleman's Dignity" is fighting with spoilers. With the final episode being postponed last weekend because of the London Olympics, the drama crew are doing everything they can to hide the finale. Viewers are expecting the drama to end in a happy ending. However, the end of the four characters is barely visible.

Posts titled, "End of "A Gentleman's Dignity"" are overflowing in various internet bulletins. Along with the picture of Yoon Se-ah with the staff, speculations of a possible ending are spilling out. The actors in the picture are wearing suits and Jang Dong-gun and Kim Min-jong have flowers on their chests so viewers are speculating one of them are getting married.

The production claims they don't want to disappoint those who will watch the main broadcast and although there is no twist, the ending will make everyone happy.

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