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[Spoiler] "Jugglers" Choi Daniel and Baek Jin-hee Get a Happy Ending

2018/01/23 Source

On the final episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Jugglers", Ja Yoon (Baek Jin-hee) and Nam Chi-won (Choi Daniel) returned to their rightful places.

Ja Yoon was reporting the schedule to him when he said, "There are some things I would like for you to be sure to do. Don't smile prettily like that for no reason like it's a habit. It may cause people to misunderstand. Watch out. It won't please me to see you smiling like that to the newbies. I also think your heels have gotten higher and your make up a little thicker".

Ja Yoon complained that he was nagging and Chi-won said, "It's not nagging; it's interest". Ja Yoon talked back, "if you're interested in me so much, why don't you come to any of my lectures?" Chi-won replied, "I can't go because you talk about me all the time and I'm embarrassed". They ended with a kiss.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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