KBS 2TV drama "Romance Town" which drew the lives of housemaids and love ended happily.
On the last episode of "Romance Town" Soon-geum (Seong Yoo-ri) and Gun-woo (Jeong Kyeo-woon) reunited after being apart for 2 years. Unilaterally having said goodbye, Gun-woo returned with glory with a profit of more than 10 billion won. Gun-woo told Soon-geum she hadn't changed a bit and she said she wasn't who she was 2 years ago. But soon enough she accepted his proposal and became a couple again.
The most dramatic ending was Hyeon-joo (Park Ji-yeong) and Yong (Jo Seong-ha). Guilty about losing the lottery ticket, Hyeon-joo left the house on First Street and Yong visited the restaurant she worked in. He told her "I want to eat something you cooked" and proposed. He swore that he will do his best forever and they shared a deep kiss. This was the birth of a romantic middle-aged couple.
The housemaids who were able to receive the lottery money thanks to Gun-woo proudly became residents of First Street. Da-kyeom continued her relationship with Young-hee (Kim Min-joon) as his tutor for admission to school. Tropi (Yang Jeong-ah) who had come out of First Street and worked as a skin therapist got back together with Tae-won (Lee Jae-yong-I) just as Gun-woo advised.
"Romance Town" which drew the lives and loves of housemaids for 20 episodes ended in happiness as all the characters found their places. The follow up for this drama will be "The Princess' Man" with Park Si-hoo and Moon Chae-won.
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