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[Spoiler] "Yuna's Street" Kim Ok-vin and Lee Hee-joon get married?

2014/11/10 | Permalink | Source

With one more episode to go, "Yuna's Street" hinted Kim Ok-vin and Lee Hee-joon's marriage.

On the forty-ninth episode of the JTBC drama "Yuna's Street", Kim Chang-man (Lee Hee-joon) hinted his interest in marrying Kang Yuna (Kim Ok-vin).

The preview of the final episode showed Kim Chang-man saying, "I'm willing to do my best for the woman I'm going to marry. I can be loyal and obedient to my wife".

Yuna said, "Don't say that. Those who say that end up beating their wives. It's only going to be a while until I can walk these streets again". She planned on moving into her stepfather Chairman Kim's (Han Gap-soo) home.

Kim Chang-man had also decided to leave with her and said, "I see a way now".

Previously, Kim Chang-man promised Chairman Kim to make a social company made up of 90% criminals. Yuna also promised to join this project and it seemed like they were going to get married at last.

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