‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun’ Ending With Kiss Scene of Kim Soo Hyun, Han Ga In
By Staff Writer | March 15, 2012 05:06 PM EDT
MBC’s highly popular drama ‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun’ wrapped the series following the same ending as the novel.
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The last episode aired on March 15 drew attention as the death of Yang Myung, Bo Kyung and Jang Nok Young was portrayed.
Yang Myung following Lee Hwon’s command to plan a rebellion chose to follow through the King’s command and in the end gave over the list of people’s name to be killed and chooses to die for Lee Hwon, although he could have attacked.
Yoon Bo Kyung said, “From the first day since she saw the king, the only thing she wanted was his heart.” Later she commits suicide alone as she couldn’t receive love from Lee Hwon and felt she didn’t have a place to be due to her father’s Yoon Dae Hyung betrayal. Jang Nok Young died as she was performing a ritual mourning the souls of the ones that passed away, Seoul, Queen Dowager Jung Hui, Yang Myung and Queen So Hye.
Heo Yeon Woo finally met her mother Shin Jung Kyung after 8 years. Princess Min Hwa who participated in the plan of poisoning the drink of Yeon Woo became a government slave after giving birth but later was released and went back to Heo Yeom.
Heo Yeon Woo who finally married Lee Hwon gave birth and lived well. At the end of the episode Lee Hwon showed his charm as he prepared for a gayageum performance for Heo Yoon Woo’s birthday.
The last scene is a kiss scene between Lee Hwon and Heo Yeon Woo prorating a happy ending, same as the original novel.
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