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[Spoiler] "Flower Boy Ramyun Shop" Jung Il-woo, Lee Chung-ah and a happy ending

2011/12/20 | Permalink | Source

"Flower Boy Ramyun Shop", which was known for Lee Chung-ah's 'plunger confession", is now causing a stir with its "silly dream kiss".

On the sixteenth episode of tvN's "Flower Boy Ramyun Shop", Eun-bi (Lee Chung-ah) and Cha Chi-soo (Jung Il-woo) confirmed their love for each other and kissed.

About the love between her and Chi-soo, Eun-bi said, "It is a silly dream" and then kissed him, ironically expressing the love that seemed impossible.

The last episode of this drama ended with a happy ending. Eun-bi had to wait for her boyfriend yet again as he was going to join the military, but all the characters ended up happy.

Those who saw the final episode said, "It was a very fun drama", "Kang-hyeok (Lee Ki-woo) is the most pitiful of all" and more.

After "Flower Boy Ramyun Shop" comes "Shut Up: Pretty Boy Band", which will start on the 30th of January.

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