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[Spoiler] "Ad Genius Lee Tae-baek" Jin Goo proposes to Park Ha-sun

2013/03/26 | 907 views | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV drama "Ad Genius Lee Tae-baek" ended with Lee Tae-baek (Jin Goo) and Baek Ji-yoon's (Park Ha-sun) happy ending by the sixteenth episode.

Baek Ji-yoon said, "I am curious what the greatest PT is". Tae-baek called her name and said, "It's because of you I could spread out my life that was a crumpled piece of paper. You're the only one in my life. I will serve you as my God forever".

She joked, "It's an ad". Tae-baek took her somewhere. It was to where a wedding-decorated bike stood. It was covered in flowers and ribbons and there were two helmets. The helmets had pictures of the two of them on the back.

Lee Tae-baek got on his knees and said, "I am going to be your helmet and go through this rough world with you". She accepted by putting the helmet on.

They started riding on their bikes. The drama ended with them going off happily.

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