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[Spoiler] "Doctor Stranger" Lee Jong-suk and Jin Se-yeon, 'happy ending'

2014/07/08 Source

Lee Jong-suk and Jin Se-yeon tied the knot.

The final episode of SBS drama "Doctor Stranger" showed Park Hoon (Lee Jong-suk) and Han Seung-hee (Jin Se-yeon) jumping into a river, facing death.

Han Jae-joon (Park Hae-jin) told Oh Joon-gyu (Jeong Gook-hwan) who he really was and resolved things with Oh Soo-hyeon (Kang So-ra) before he left.

Han Jae-joon and Oh Soo-hyeon went to visit Park Hoon at a health center and Oh Soo-hyeon yelled, "I saw you fall. I thought you were dead. It would've helped if you just let me knew you were alive, you son of a bitch!"

Han Jae-joon asked what happened after they jumped in the water and Park Hoon said, "Someone helped". The scene went over to Kim Tae-sool (Jung In-gi) who was taking care of Park Hoon's mother (Lee Il-hwa) and hinted that he was the one who helped Park Hoon.

Meanwhile, Han Seung-hee had to apply for Chinese refugee because of her dual nationality. She returned to Korea in four months and reunited with Park Hoon.

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