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[Spoiler] "The Time I Loved You" Ha Ji-won and Lee Jin-wook 'marriage+conception'

2015/08/17 | Permalink | Source

The final episode of "The Time I Loved You" ended on a good note.

SBS drama "The Time I Loved You" is a story about Oh Ha-na (Ha Ji-won) and Choi Won (Lee Jin-wook) who have spent more than half their lives being closer than friends but far from being lovers.

Choi Won proposed to Ha-na on the airplane. He said, "Be my playmate for the rest of your life" and she accepted. The newlywed quarreled every now and then over the smallest things but they loved each other more than anyone else in the world.

Ha-na soon got pregnant and told Choi Won she was going to give him a healthy baby. She said, "I am going to prove my love to you by giving you a child that looks just like you". Choi Won was touched.

The two of them signed up for couple yoga for an easy delivery and decided they were going to take a video of the baby being born. The drama ended with Ha-na and Choi Won living happily ever after.

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