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[Spoiler] "The Queen of Office" Miss Kim returns to Oh Ji-ho

2013/05/21 | 1210 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Hye-soo came back.

The KBS 2TV drama "The Queen of Office" showed Miss Kim (Kim Hye-soo) quitting her job at Y Jang and returning to work there again after a happy life.

Miss Kim left the company after being a contract worker for three months. She refused to extend her contract and left to Hawaii for a break. She was named 'Sun' over there with her long hair out.

Miss Kim was in Spain for 6 months when she received a handwritten letter from Jeong Joo-ri (Jung Yoo-mi). She stated the detailed statuses of everyone back at work and Miss Kim missed them.

In the end, Miss Kim returned to Korea. She returned to the distribution center where Jang Gyu-jik (Oh Ji-ho) worked at. She had said, "I don't want to be cowardly", "I don't want to make colleagues" but she had returned to the arms of Jang Gyu-jik who had confessed his true heart.

Miss Kim was drinking coffee during her interview when she asked, "Who made the coffee? From now on, I will do it".

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