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“Queen of Tears,” with only 2 episodes left until its conclusion, will achieve a perfect happy ending

“Queen of Tears,” with only two episodes left until its conclusion, will achieve a perfect happy ending.

Amidst the countdown to its conclusion, “Queen of Tears”  has drawn intense interest focused on the ending of Baek Hyeon-woo (played by Kim Soo-hyun) and Hong Hae-in’s (played by Kim Ji-won) story. In episode 14, viewers were left frustrated by the unfortunate turn of events due to Yoon Eun-seong’s (played by Park Seong-hoon) scheme, adding to the anticipation given the less-than-favorable moniker of ‘Sweet Potato Queen.’

“Queen of Tears” depicts the story of a chaebol heiress, Hong Hae-in, and the son of a village chief, Baek Hyeon-woo, who, amidst a divorce crisis three years into their marriage, miraculously rediscover love. The drama marks the third collaboration between writer Park Ji-eun, known for “My Love from the Star” and “Producer,” and actor Kim Soo-hyun, with Kim Ji-won’s inclusion promising popularity.

Since its premiere on March 9th, “Queen of Tears” has met viewers’ expectations, with a significant contribution from lead actors Kim Soo-hyun and Kim Ji-won. Both delivered stable and nuanced performances, portraying Baek Hyeon-woo and Hong Hae-in’s love with sweetness, intensity, and tenderness. Beyond visuals, the anticipation for their romantic chemistry was met, delighting viewers throughout the broadcast.

Moreover, the drama has been garnering considerable love, consistently setting its own record-breaking viewership ratings each week. With the drama nearing its conclusion with only two episodes left, attention is now focused on its ending. In particular, recent episodes hinted at a happy ending for Hong Hae-in after facing a three-month deadline, involving surgery and memory loss clichés, and Baek Hyeon-woo being framed as a murder suspect by Yoon Eun-seong. Feedback highlighted certain shortcomings, including a lack of excitement in the storyline of reclaiming the Queens company from Mo Seul-hee (played by Im Mi-sook).

As only two episodes remain, various speculations about the ending are circulating. One reaction suggests a happy ending can be inferred from a story about Baek Hyeon-woo hanging peach blossoms on a baby’s fingernails until the first snow falls, recalling the scene where Hong Hae-in’s bedroom painting suggested a happy ending.

Another analysis suggests a ‘pregnancy’ themed happy ending. Since Baek Hyeon-woo and Hong Hae-in, a couple who lost a child before, viewers speculated on scenarios like Hong Hae-in regaining memories and reuniting with Baek Hyeon-woo, potentially including devices like white blood cell counts and pregnancy. Following the successful happy ending in Park Ji-eun’s previous work, “Crash Landing on You,” viewers expect Baek Hyeon-woo and Hong Hae-in to follow the conventions of romantic comedy.

With only two episodes left until its conclusion, attention is focused on whether “Queen of Tears” will satisfy viewers with a suitable ending and potentially surpass tvN’s highest viewership ratings record.


Author Nat.O
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