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Lee Seung-gi and Suzy tell the ending of "Gu Family Book"

2013/06/26 | 7418 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Seung-gi and Suzy talked about the twisted ending of "Gu Family Book".

The two met with reporters at the park studio room in the Conrad, Seoul on the 25th and said, "We never thought of the ending. We are very satisfied".

Right before the drama ended was when this interview was held and the two said the ending was going to be sad and happy and that it was going to be loved by many female viewers.

They didn't say much about this ending but seeing that Dam Yeo-wool reunited with Choi Kang-chi under the peach blossoms 422 years later, we can guess where the sad and happy comes from.

Lee Seung-gi said, "I heard about the ending even before I started the drama. The writer said she'd already thought of it. I am very happy with the result".

Suzy also said, "I was surprised at the ending. It was such a happy one".

Source : enews24.interest.me/n...

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