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[Spoiler] "Shall We Kiss First" Kam Woo-sung and Kim Sun-ah's Story Has an Open End

2018/04/24 | 643 views | Permalink | Source

The final episode of "Shall We Kiss First" showed Son Moo-han (Kam Woo-sung) and Ahn Soon-jin (Kim Sun-ah) waking up one morning and greeting each other. That is how they would wake up every day. The ending is an open ending.

"Shall We Kiss First" was about characters changing thanks to love. The chemistry between the cast definitely did most of the work and Kam Woo-sung and Kim Sun-ah's teamwork stood out with every episode.

However, anxiousness followed with the set up of Moo-han being a terminally ill person who could die anytime. The viewers wanted him to stay alive.

In the final episode, Moo-han struggled in pain alone after Soon-jin went to work. Soon-jin had said she wanted to live with Moo-han just 3 more years. The next day, Soon-jin woke up to say 'good morning' to Moo-han, but he didn't answer. She cried and woke him up and he opened his eyes to say 'good morning' to her, too. The drama ended with Soon-jin saying, "He's still alive".

The drama ended with some hope and the viewers leave the future up to Moo-han and Soon-jin.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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