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[Spoiler] Will "Liver Or Die" Have a Happy Ending?

2019/03/13 | 344 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episodes of "Liver or Die", Poong-sang (Yu Jun-sang) finally got his liver transplant. His wife Gan Boon-sil (Shin Dong-mi) agreed to be his donor, but Poong-sang's younger sister Hwa-sang (Lee Si-young) finally understood his intentions and decided to join Jeong-sang (Jeon Hye-bin) and do it. The surgery was a success and all three of them woke up fine.

Poong-sang's surgery led to the reconciliation of the twin sisters. Hwa-sang's liver was enough, but Jung-sang didn't want to make her do it alone and did it with her. Hwa-sang was touched by how much Jeong-sang thought of her and they finally made amends.

Other members of his family thought dearly of Poong-sang, too. Jin-sang (Oh Ji-ho) struggled until the end to make himself suitable for surgery. Poong-sang's father-in-law Gan Bo-goo (Park In-hwan) used his house as collateral for Poong-sang's surgical fee. Poong-sang hugged him in appreciation.

Not all was well, however. Poong-sang found his youngest brother We-sang (Lee Chang-yeop) laying in the ER.

"Liver or Die" ends on the 14th.

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