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Did ‘My Roommate Is A Gumiho’ Have A Sad Ending?

My Roommate is a Gumiho Ending
'My Roommate is a Gumiho

Gumiho is the most mysterious and intriguing mythological creature seen in Kdramas. One such Kdrama is ‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’. It is a fantasy drama with a comedy element. However, there is still the question, how was ‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’ ending? Did the K-drama have a sad ending? The drama was released on 26th May 2021. It has sixteen episodes, and the last episode was released on 15th July 2021. Even though the drama was only around for a span of two months, it had a great impact on the fans and became a part of everyone’s Wednesdays and Thursdays.

The main actors in ‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’ are Jang Ki Yong and Lee Hye Ri. They play the role of Shin Woo Yeo, the gumiho, and Lee Dam, respectively. Shin Woo Yeo is a 999 years old gumiho who wishes to become a human. Whereas, Shin Woo Yeo is a University student who has never had a boyfriend before. Lee Hye Ri has been part of many amazing projects like ‘Reply 1988’ and ‘Entertainer’. Similarly, the South Korean actor Jang Ki Yong is famous for his roles in ‘Now, We Are Breaking Up’ and ‘Born Again’. Furthermore, there are three more actors who made the drama extremely funny.

My Roommate Is A Gumiho Synopsis

The K-drama ‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’ is a fantasy drama that depicts the story of a 999 years old gumiho, Shin Woo Yeo. He is a charming writer who is very knowledgeable. He has lived through many eras and collected human energy in a bead. The bead is the only source that can help him become a human. On the other hand, Lee Dam is a University student who has a very different personality. One day as she is out drinking with her friend, she accidentally sleeps in a very expensive car. However, she did not know that it was Woo Yeo’s car.

'My Roommate is a Gumiho'

‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’

Her friend tries to take her away, but they end up having an encounter with Woo Yeo. While this encounter, the energy bead transfers from Woo Yeo’s stomach to Lee Dam. However, she is so drunk that she does not remember what happened. The starting of the drama entailed that ‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’ ending might be sad, but it’s the opposite. After the incident, Woo Yeo takes Lee Dam to his house in hopes that he can retrieve the bead. If he is not able to get it back from her, she will die in a year. Following this, both of them have many romantic as well as funny encounters. Eventually, they both find themselves falling for each other.

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‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’ Ending Explained

One day while walking on the street, Lee Dam does not feel very well. She falls to the ground, and a bead comes out of her. She is surprised to see it in front of her as she did not believe the myth completely before. However, she is not able to pick it up as she is too weak. A passing-by delivery man helps her and takes her to Woo Yeo’s house. At first, he is not able to understand what is happening. Lee Dam goes directly to the bathroom, and when she comes out, she gives Woo Yeo the bead. Finally, this means that he can become a human. However, this is not what happens in ‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’ ending.

'My Roommate is a Gumiho' Ending

‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’ Ending

Woo Yeo has been keeping a secret from Lee Dam about the end. He does all the romantic things for her, and she thinks that he will transform into a human soon. However, when she sees him disappear from a picture, she finds out the truth. As she runs out of the house, she is about to get into an accident, but Woo Yeo saves her. This makes him disappear, but Lee Dam decides to wait for him. Seeing this, Hye Sun is very close to erasing Lee Dam’s memories. However, in ‘My Roommate is a Gumiho’ ending, Woo Yeo returns as he had to live, love, and sacrifice before he could become a human.

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