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[Spoiler] 'Blue Bird Nest' Forgiveness, reconciliation and happy ending

2015/08/09 | 1448 views | Permalink | Source

On the 50th episode of KBS 2TV's weekend drama, 'Blue Bird Nest', Kim Ji-wan (Lee Joon-hyuk)'s family accepted Jang Tae-soo (Chun Ho-jin)' remorse and apology.

Jang Tae-soo resigned from his presidential position and returned all the profit to the society as a way to apologize to Kim Ji-wan's family for what he had done in the past.

Also his son Jang Hyeon-do (Lee Sang-yeob) pulled himself together again and his wife Jeong Soo-kyeong (Lee Hye-sook) returned to him. Han Seon-hee (Choi Myung-gil) and Kim Ji-wan accepted Jang Tae-soo's apology.

A year later from the forgiveness and reconciliation, Kim Ji-wan became a proud mature member of the society. Kang Yeong-joo (Kyung Soo-jin) braved herself and confessed her love to Kim Ji-wan, when she received her own letter she wrote to herself a year ago. Jang Tae-soo's family, Kim Ji-wan's family and Kang Yeong-joo's family showed up at Yoon Oh-yong (Oh Yong) and Park Haeng-sook (Bang Eun-hee)'s wedding all together.

The three families took a family photo together. Kim Ji-wan grabbed Kang Yeong-joo's hand secretly while the family photo was being taken.

The drama completed happily while Kim Ji-wan and Kang Yeong-joo's romance and Jang Hyeon-do and Han Eun-soo's romance exudeed such sweet and heart-warming happiness.

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