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How does Korean VIP end?

How does Korean VIP end?

The last scene is of Jung-sun at a funeral of a VIP member. She sees Jung-sun there so they walk outside together and pleasantly chat with the snow falling softly on their umbrella’s. They both wish each other well and walk away in opposite directions. And that is how it ended!

Does Netflix have VIP?

Watch all you want.

Who is the cheater in VIP?

VIP really caught everyone by surprise with the big reveal of the mistress, who is none other than the ‘poor’ sweet Yuri(acted by Pyo Ye Jin) who always seems out of place and ready to start tearing at any moment.

Is there romance in VIP Kdrama?

Hyun-ah’s romance with Cha Jin-ho, for example — and especially the way she learned to open up to him — was the perfect story to offset the disturbing look at Jung-sun and Sung-joon’s crumbling marriage.

Who texted in VIP?

Spoiler. At the end of the first episode of “VIP,” Na Jung Sun received an anonymous text message informing her that her husband was cheating on her with one of her co-workers. The message, which was sent from an unfamiliar number, stated simply: “Your husband’s mistress is a member of your team.”

Who is Na Jung Sun in VIP?

Na Jung-Sun (Jang Na-Ra) works for a team that deals with VIP customers of a department store. She is married to Park Sung-Joon (Lee Sang-Yoon), who works on the same team. The couple face an unexpected case, which causes their lives to fall apart.

How much is VIP Netflix?

Netflix Standard Rs 499 plan. Netflix Premium Rs 649 plan.

Where can I see VIP?

You are able to stream V.I.P. for free on Plex, Crackle, and Tubi.

Who is Jung Sun in VIP?

Who texted Jang Na Ra in VIP?

Yoo Ri
Yoo Ri was the one who sent the text to Jung Sun? Well, that changes everything. She wasn’t a helpless young girl who happened to get caught after ending an affair with a married man. She was intent on making the married man hers, and sent that text to break down the marriage.

Is VIP movie worth watching?

V.I.P. premiered in South Korea in August 2017 and has played at both Fantastic Fest and AFI Fest. It’s well worth watching if you get the chance, but pay full attention by reading those subtitles intently while also figuring out who all the characters are. If you can do that, the story is indeed very fascinating!

Is VIP worth to watch?