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[Spoiler] "49 Days" Nam Gyu-ri finally gets one tear

2011/04/14 Source

Lee Yo-won possessed by Nam Gyu-ri in SBS drama "49 Days" finally gets one tear.

In the drama "49 Days", Ji-hyeon (Nam Gyu-ri) goes into a coma from a car accident and possesses Lee Kyeong (Lee Yo-won) with the help of the scheduler (Jung Il-woo).

As the scheduler ordered, Ji-hyeon has to earn 3 tears in 49 days in the body of Lee Kyeong. On the episode on the 13th, she meets a friend and interviews her seeing tears, but soon realizes that tear wasn't for her and falls into disappointment once again.

Then on the 14th, she succeeds in getting a tear in the body of Lee Kyeong in ten episodes. It feels more valuable as it has been more than half the time she promised with the scheduler.

The productions requested, "Ji-hyeon has to get 3 tears and finally has one. The owner of the next tear will be revealed dramatically so please look forward to it".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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