5 satisfying endings of K-drama main antagonists: Song Joong Ki’s “Vincenzo” revenge is unrivaled 

These villainous K-drama characters eventually get what they deserve. 

Main antagonists getting what they deserve in the finale always leaves viewers satisfied. The following 5 K-drama endings are the examples. 


Vincenzo wraps up with a satisfactory ending for the two antagonists Choi Myung Hee (Kim Yeo Jin) and Jang Jun Woo (Ok Taec Yeon). Babel Tower was shot down by Vincenzo (Song Joong Ki). Choi Myung Hee was burned alive while preparing to leave Korea and Jang Jun Woo ended up dying painfully in an abandoned warehouse. This is the ending these two evil characters deserve after all the crimes they committed that got many people killed.

School 2015

The bully So Young (Cho Soo Hyang) was finally exposed and punished at the end of School 2015. So Young has continuously harassed the female lead Eun Bi (Kim So Hyun), making Eun Bi suffer. The scene where So Young finally showed her fear when she was confronted by Eun Bi’s twin sister Eun Byeol (Kim So Hyun) was the most gratifying moment of School 2015.  


Scholar Who Walks The Night

Before playing a charming character in Tomorrow, Lee Soo Hyuk transformed into the evil and terrifying centuries-old vampire Gwi in Scholar Who Walks The Night. Gwi is a bloodthirsty man and feared by many. In the drama’s ending, Gwi accidentally caused the death of the girl he loves, Myung Hee (Kim So Eun) and died at the hands of his enemy Sung Yeol (Lee Joon Gi).


Strong Woman Do Bong Soon

Surely Korean movie lovers still remember the perverted kidnapper Kim Jang Hyun (Jang Mi Kwan) in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon. This kidnapper has harmed many girls to satisfy his own best interests. In the end, the 3 main characters joined forces and threw Jang Hyun into prison – the pervert had to pay the penalty.



In the final season of Penthouse (Upper War), Ju Dan Tae (Uhm Ki Joon) received a tragic death after his series of barbaric actions. Joo Dan Tae fell into the fountain from the penthouse, where he had killed others in the past, and died. This is a haunting but completely worthy ending for Joo Dan Tae.

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