5 Romantic Episode Ending Scenes Of Jang Ki Yong And Hyeri In “My Roommate Is A Gumiho”

tvN’s “My Roommate Is a Gumiho” is captivating viewers with its heart-fluttering ending scenes!

The romantic comedy is based on a popular webtoon that tells the story of a 22-year-old college student named Lee Dam (played by Girl’s Day’s Hyeri) who accidentally swallows the marble of a 999-year-old male gumiho (a mythological nine-tailed fox) named Shin Woo Yeo (played by Jang Ki Yong), who was close to achieving his goal of becoming human.

With two episodes remaining until the finale, below is a list of romantic ending scenes between Lee Dam and Shin Woo Yeo!

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Episode 3: Umbrella

Shin Woo Yeo was worried when it suddenly began to rain and couldn’t contact Lee Dam. Afterwards, he appeared in front of Lee Dam, who was running through the rain, with an umbrella in his hand. Shin Woo Yeo stated, “You didn’t pick up my call. Lee Dam, even if I call right next to you in the future, please pick up.” As their gazes met, their curiosity towards each other gradually turned into interest.

Episode 4: Classical book reading

This was the ending scene that signified the beginning of the romance between Shin Woo Yeo and Lee Dam. Shin Woo Yeo started to distance himself from Lee Dam so that he wouldn’t become attached to her. Lee Dam was in pain, so she opened up about her true feelings to Shin Woo Yeo, and her feelings gushed out as she asked to go back to the way they were before. In order to comfort her, Shin Woo Yeo read a line from a classical novel with his sweet voice. Lee Dam began to realize her changed feelings for Shin Woo Yeo, making viewers curious about the future of their relationship.

Episode 9: Passionate kiss

As his feelings towards Lee Dam began to grow, Shin Woo Yeo began to showcase his animal-like desires as a gumiho. Shin Woo Yeo suddenly kissed Lee Dam, who had come to him for a surprise visit. Losing his reason, Shin Woo Yeo continued to kiss Lee Dam even more passionately, making her surprised. Shin Woo Yeo’s gumiho instincts awoke, giving him both a dangerous yet attractive vibe.

Episode 13: Proposal to live together

Lee Dam was shocked to learn from the mountain god (Go Kyung Pyo) that it isn’t the vital force of a human that makes Shin Woo Yeo’s marble blue, but rather a “human quality.” After realizing this, Lee Dam immediately packed her belongings and headed towards Shin Woo Yeo’s house. Lee Dam straightforwardly stated, “Let’s live together. I’m planning to turn Eoreushin [Korean term used to refer to an elderly person] into a human.” In this manner, the two began to live together again for the second time.

Episode 14: Straightforward kiss

Revealing that she had her safety guaranteed by the mountain god, Lee Dam shyly kissed Shin Woo Yeo while stating, “I don’t think there will be anything dangerous from now on.” However, Shin Woo Yeo commented, “I think it’s going to become really dangerous starting now,” and he responded with a deep kiss. Afterwards, Shin Woo Yeo kissed Lee Dam on the bridge of her nose while on bed, making viewers’ hearts flutter nonstop.

As Shin Woo Yeo gradually becomes more human-like, viewers are excited to see if the romance between a human and gumiho will reach a happy ending.

“My Roommate Is a Gumiho” airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 10:30 p.m. KST.

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