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[Spoiler] "Sign" ending spoiler issue, 'Park Shin-yang and Uhm Ji-won dies?'

2011/03/03 Source

SBS drama "Sign" has let slip of its ending with the final episode approaching.

Recently on an online community bulletin, there is a rumor that Yoon Ji-hoon (Park Shin-yang) is going to face death at the end of "Sign".

The murder case with Seo Yoon-hyeong hasn't been solved from the first episode and Yoon Ji-hoon boldly revealed himself in front of him. Kang Seo-hyeong had been removing all the witnesses that had anything to do with the case one by one.

Also what Lee Myeong-han (Jun Kwang-ryul) said, "It's time to end it" is pressuring the rumor of Yoon Ji-hoon's death.

As the rumor goes around, Netizen's express disagreements, "Just see what happen's if you kill him", "I trust the writer", "I will trust that it's not true".

On the 18th episode of "Sign" on the 2nd, Jeong Woo-jin (Uhm Ji-won) gets hit by the hammer Lee Ho-jin (Kim Sung-oh) swings down and passes out. This also brings curiosity if she will die or not.

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