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[Spoiler] "The Second Last Love" Kwak Si-yang chooses Kim Seul-gi over his dreams

2016/10/16 | 4007 views | Permalink | Source

Kwak Si-yang chose Kim Seul-gi and happiness over his dreams.

On the final episode of the SBS drama "The Second Last Love", Park Joon-woo (Kwak Si-yang) decided not to go to Canada.

Min Ji-seon (Stephanie Lee) asked Park Joon-woo and Ko Mi-rae (Kim Seul-gi), "When are you two getting married? You should tell your families and set a date". Ko Mi-rae began to worry about what to tell her family.

Park Joon-woo and Ko Mi-rae went on a date and she asked him, "Are you still going to Canada? Five years is a long time". Park Joon-woo then said, "Why don't you just honestly tell me that you want to be with me?"

Park Joon-woo continued, "I am happy enough here. Why would I go all the way there? I have achieved my dream but it's more important that I am happy". Ko Mi-rae was so happy to hear that.

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