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[Spoiler] "My Daughter Geum Sa-wol" ends with good triumphing over evil

2016/02/28 | Permalink | Source

"My Daughter, Geum Sa-Wol" ended with the good triumphing over evil.

The drama was a happy ending. Man-hoo's (Son Chang-min) evil deeds to take over Bogeum Group ended with Deuk-ye's (Jeon In-hwa) victory but Sa-wol (Baek Jin-hee) and Chan-bin (Yoon Hyun-min) remained brother and sister.

On the final episode of "My Daughter, Geum Sa-Wol", Geum Sa-wol (Baek Jin-hee), Sin Deuk-ye (Jeon In-hwa) and Joo Oh-wol (Song Ha-yoon) met a happy ending while Oh Hye-sang (Park Se-young) and Kang Man-hoo (Son Chang-min) were sent to prison.

Oh Hye-sang was charged with the attempted murder of Lee Hong-do (Joo Oh-wol) and Im Si-ro (Jeong Dae-cheol) provided the right statements to get the three of them in jail.

"My Daughter, Geum Sa-Wol" was criticized for its floppy story and extreme contents but ended on a good note.

Meanwhile, the drama ended with 33.6%.

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