tvN’s Saturday and Sunday drama “Little Women” ended perfectly with a shocking ending.
In the final episode of tvN’s “Little Women,” which aired on Oct 9th, the three sisters ended the terrible long fight and achieved their own growth.
Won Sang-ah (Um Ji-won), who felt at risk after the appearance of Jin Hwa-young (Choo Ja-hyun), who was supposed to be dead, kidnapped Hwa-young and confined her in the heating room. Oh In-joo (Kim Go-eun), who knew about this, immediately headed to Won Sang-ah’s mansion. When Oh In-joo appeared, Hwa-young was in great despair. Won Sang-ah smiled madly as she revealed that she had put hydrochloric acid in the sprinkler system in that room.
Won Sang-ah finally activated the sprinklers, and Hwa-young cried in pain. While Won Sang-ah was enjoying the scene, Oh In-joo used her wit to rescue Jin Hwa-young. Choi Do-il (Wi Ha-joon), who appeared at perfect timing, led the two outside.
However, Won Sang-ah did not stop. She caught Oh In-joo and began her final struggle. At this time, Oh In-joo pushed Won Sang-ah, and Won Sang-ah fell into the deep, dark water filled with hydrochloric acid alone. Eventually, she died with the blue orchids forever.
After everything was over, Choi Do-il left for Greece. Jin Hwa-young, who admitted her crime, was imprisoned in a detention center. Oh In-joo learned of the existence of the Han River apartment that Oh Hye-seok (Kim Mi-sook) left for her. At last, in her apartment, she got the answer to her question, “Where does the soul live?” Oh In-kyung (Nam Ji-hyun), who exposed the corruption and misdeeds of Jeongran Association, chose to go to the U.S. with Ha Jong-ho (Kang Hoon) to study more.
At the end of everything, the youngest sister Oh In-hye (Park Ji-hoo) also received some good news. Oh In-hye received part of the money from Park Hyo-rin (Jeon Chae-eun), who became the real owner of 70 billion won that Choi Do-il stole. She wanted to share it with her sisters again. The three sisters, who fought with different viewpoints along with the happiness they each found in their own world, left a deep lingering impression on the audience.
According to Nielsen Korea on Oct 10th, a rating research company, the last episode of “Little Women” recorded 11.1% (based on paid households nationwide), which is its own highest ratings. The show also achieved a successful ending by topping the rating chart of the same timeslot, including cable and general channels.