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"Nice Guy" ends, Lee Sang-yeob and Lee Gwang-soo smile but Park Si-yeon tears

2012/11/15 | Permalink | Source

Lee Sang-yeob revealed the ending scene of the drama "Nice Guy".

He posted a picture on his Twitter on the 15th saying, "Hoping for a two-shot next time. Good job Lee Gwang-soo".

In the picture are Lee Sang-yeob and Lee Gwang-soo apparently at the ending scene of "Nice Guy". These two are smiling brightly together but on the left corner is Park Si-yeon crying.

Netizens say, "Lawyer Park and Jae-gil are really nice guys", "It's sad", "Lee Sang-yeob and Lee Gwang-soo's bright smiles", "It was such a heart shaking drama", "Where are Song Joong-ki and Moon Chae-won?" and more.

Popular drama "Nice Guy" was a hit from the start and remained in first place until the very last twentieth episode. The two actors Lee Sang-yeob and Lee Gwang-soo have received favorable reviews about their performances.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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