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Han Ga In Sent Off ‘The Sun and the Moon’ Alone

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2012.03.16 14:13 Mwave Lee, JinHo Translation Credit : Erika Kim

MBC’s The Sun and the Moon aired its big finale on March 15. It managed to score a rare success in an age that says 20 percent viewership ratings are outstanding, coming in with 42.2 percent (AGB Nielsen Media Research).

But while everyone was laughing and crying with the drama, the female lead Han Ga In was left alone at her home to watch her last episode.

Han Ga In Sent Off ‘The Sun and the Moon’ Alone

In the episode, Yang Myung (Jung Il Woo) chose to die after clearing the powers rallying against Hwon (Kim Soo Hyun), and Hwon came together with Yeon Woo (Han Ga In) in a happy ending.

The last episode is, of course, meaningful for all actors. Because of this, they mostly come together to watch it and party away its last, but Han Ga In had to miss out.

She almost even missed watching her last episode because of her busy schedule. On the evening of March 15, she appeared at the showcase for the film Architecture 101. The event went on longer than expected because of the explosive reactions from the audience, barely ending just 30 minutes before The Sun and the Moon was to air.

An official from her agency said, “Right after the event she headed to her home to watch The Sun and the Moon. She was determined to watch the last episode.”

She could’ve watched it with her husband, Yeon Jeong Hun, but even he was absent due to a shoot for the MBN drama Can Love Become Money. Han Ga In couldn’t help but look on the grand finale of The Sun and the Moon alone.

The official added, “It was inevitable because they were both busy with their schedules. She plans to send off the drama with her colleagues at the wrap up event scheduled for March 16.”

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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