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[Spoiler] "49 Days" Nam Gyu-ri destined to commit suicide in shock? Tragic

2011/05/19 | 3383 views | Permalink | Source

Sin Ji-hyeon (Nam Gyu-ri) eventually died.

In the last episode of SBS drama "49 Days" on the 19th, viewers were surprised as Ji-hyeon, who managed to get 3 pure tears and revive, eventually went to the other world.

Ji-hyeon wakes up but in the end dies because of the after effects of the accident. The day she wakes up the scheduler Jung Il-woo says, "I will take you back in 6 days from now. You're the last name on my schedule".

Ji-hyeon cries at the unbelievable truth. She tells Ee-kyeong (Lee Yo-won) I was meant to die. If I woke up without remembering the 49 days I would have killed myself in shock at Min-ho and In-jeong's betrayal. I was meant to die one way or another".

This implemented that Ji-hyeon was destined to go into the other world regardless of the tears. She spends the last 6 days with her loving Han-gang and her parents. She then dies from a sudden abdominal rupture.

Meanwhile, it turned out that Ee-kyeong, whose body Ji-hyeon depended on all this while, and Ji-hyeon were sisters.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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