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[Spoiler] "Shopping King Louis" Seo In-guk, "I'm happy that you're next to me"

2016/09/29 | 970 views | Permalink | Source

Louis (Seo In-guk) gave Ko Bok-sil (Nam Ji-hyun) an idea. Based on his suggestion, Bok-sil gave Baek Ma-ri (Im Se-mi) an idea too. However, Ma-ri only copied Bok-sil's idea. Ko Bok-sil was devastated when she returned home but Louis was standing at the bus stop with an umbrella for her.

She started crying because she was 'happy'. She told him, "It's good to know that there's someone on your side under this sky". Louis added, "I am happy too that you're here next to me".

In the final scene, Baek Son-goo (Kim Cheol-gyoo) found out that Louis wasn't dead and ran into him coincidentally.

According to Nielson Korea, the MBC drama "Shopping King Louis" rated 7.8% which is 0.8% more than the previous episode and a record breaker. It's been going upwards for three episodes in a row so it just might be able to turn tables over.

Meanwhile, KBS 2TV "Road to the Airport" rated 8.3% and SBS "Incarnation of Jealousy" rated 12.3%.

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