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[Spoiler] "100 Days My Prince" Do Kyung-soo and Nam Ji-hyun kiss

2018/10/30 | 351 views | Permalink | Source

"100 Days My Prince" Do Kyung-soo and Nam Ji-hyun had a romantic ending.

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "100 Days My Prince", Prince Lee Yool (Do Kyung-soo) married Hong Sim (Nam Ji-hyun) whose status had been reinstated.

Lee Yool and Hong Sim had regained their rightful titles, but remained apart and missed each other. The people wanted to marry a miner and the oldest single woman of the village to stop the drought, but Lee Yool did his best to stop them.

Hong Sim rejected him and wished him happiness, but he asked her to find his books for him. She found the bundle of books that were hidden in the streets and found out they were Lee Yool's diary. He had written about how happy he'd been to be her prince for 100 days and Hong-sim was touched.

Lee Yool appeared again as Won-deuk and he asked her to marry him. She accepted him and they kissed under the rain of flowers.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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