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[Spoiler] "Suspicious Partner" Ji Chang-wook and Nam Ji-hyun, happy ending

2017/07/13 | Permalink | Source

"Suspicious Partner" Ji Chang-wook and Nam Ji-hyun had a happy ending and the viewers are satisfied.

On the final episode of the SBS drama "Suspicious Partner", Noh Ji-wook (Ji Chang-wook) asked for Eun Bong-hee (Nam Ji-hyun) back and she said she was afraid something was going to happen whenever something good happened. Noh Ji-wook persuaded her and she accepted him back.

A year later, Noh Ji-wook and Eun Bong-hee were happily in love and Ji Eun-hyeok (Choi Tae-joon) and Cha Yoo-jeong (Kwon Nara) were also in love. Na Ji-hae (Kim Ye-won) watched them bitterly.

Noh Ji-wook told Eun Bong-hee, "I will love you forever" and proposed. Eun Bong-hee kissed him on the cheek and said, "I'll love you forever, too".

Viewers are very responsive about the drama and they are happy with how it ended, saying no one else could have acted out 'Ji-Bong' like Ji Chang-wook and Nam Ji-hyun.

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