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[Spoiler] "Suspicious Housekeeper" Choi Ji-woo comes back to the family

2013/11/26 | Permalink | Source

"Suspicious Housekeeper" ended happily with Park Bok-nyeo (Choi Ji-woo) coming back to the three siblings.

On the twentieth episode of the SBS drama "Suspicious Housekeeper", Park Bok-nyeo promised Eun Sang-cheol (Lee Sung-jae) and his family that she will ring the doorbell thrice and left in tears.

The family were sensitive about the doorbell after she left. They all flinched when the doorbell rang once. They ran out the door when it rang thrice.

They were disappointed to see the new neighbor standing at the door, giving out rice cakes. Eun Hye-gyeol was about to close the door when she saw someone watching her from across and opened the door again.

It was Park Bok-nyeo. Eun Hye-gyeol ran into her arms. Bok-nyeo greeted her with kisses.

Eun Sang-cheol told her, "Don't ever leave us again". She asked with a smile, "Is that an order?" and he said, "Yes, it is". The "Suspicious Housekeeper" ended with Park Bok-nyeo, Eun Sang-cheol and the three siblings reuniting as a family.

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