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[Spoiler] 'The Merchant: Gaekju 2015' Kim Min-jung lives for Jang Hyuk until the end

2016/02/18 | 1297 views | Permalink | Source

The final episode of KBS 2TV's Wednesday & Thursday drama, "The Merchant: Gaekju 2015" showed Mae-wol (Kim Min-jung)'s unchanging love towards Bong-sam (Jang Hyuk) even after one and half decade passed.

Mae-wol met Bong-sam, who came to see her in 15 years. Bong-same asked Mae-wol, "I'm not going to ask you to sell the land in Noryangjin to me, but please do not sell the land to Haedong company".

Mae-wol asked Bong-same to let her see Yoo-soo. After she met Yoo-soo, she said she would donate the land for the expansion of the school and gave the land to Bong-sam.

Song Hye-kyo and Song Joong-ki's 'Descendants of the Sun' will begin on February 24th as a successor drama of "The Merchant: Gaekju 2015" during the same airtime.

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