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[Spoiler] "I Do, I Do" Kim Sun-ah proposes to Lee Jang-woo

2012/07/19 | Permalink | Source

Kim Sun-ah proposed to Lee Jang-woo.

MBC drama "I Do, I Do" ended happily.

Jian (Kim Sun-ah) was thinking about leaving the company once she revealed her relationship with Park Tae-kang (Lee Jang-woo). However, she had to take on the position as CEO because Nari (Im Soo-hyang) refused.

5 months later Jian's stomach had grown. She stepped down as CEO after a project she was working on. She asked Tae-kang to hire her and the two kiss deeply for a while. Right then, Jian's water broke and she was taken to the hospital. On the way she said, "I am going to take revenge on you forever. You have to take care of me forever. You cook, clean and do the laundry and be mine and the baby's slave forever". Tae-kang asked, "Is that a propose?" confused, but he still accepted it happily saying, "I love you Hwang Jian". Jian gave birth to her baby surgically and in her dreams she meets her baby and the three of them walk together hand in hand.

"I Do, I Do" is about a woman who gets pregnant from a night's mistake and displays many of the social problems women these days face. However, it was beaten by KBS 2 "Bridal Mask" and SBS "Ghost - Drama".

Coming up next is Lee Joon-gi and Shin Min-ah's "Arang and the Magistrate".

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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