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[Spoiler] So Ji-sub and Gong Hyo-jin's final date

2013/10/02 | 3651 views | Permalink | Source

So Ji-sub asked Gong Hyo-jin out on their first and last date.

On the sixteenth episode of the SBS drama "Master's Sun" on the 2nd, Tae Gong-sil (Gong Hyo-jin) weakened at Joo Joong-won's (So Ji-sub) confession.

He tried to hold her back but realized that he'd never been warm towards her. He didn't have the guts to keep her with him and said, "To think about it, you and I only talked about the end. We never started anything to have an end. Let's eat".

Tae Gong-sil replied, "That's true. We poked, touched and held onto each other but never because we really loved each other". Joo Joong-won held her hand and went to eat. She took him to her favorite noodle place.

On the very first and last date, Joo Joong-won wrapped her shoulders and said, "Don't go". Tae Gong-sil spilled tears and decided to stay a little longer.

However, he saw that she was suffering from seeing ghosts and let her go.

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