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[Spoiler] "Gyebaek" Lee Seo-jin is shocked at Song Ji-hyo

2011/11/15 | 2667 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Lee Seo-jin is in shock at what Song Ji-hyo did.

On the 34th episode of MBC drama "Gyebaek" on November 15th, Gye-baek (Lee Seo-jin) found out what Eun-go (Song Ji-hyo) did.

Prior to the war with the Shilla, Gyebaek receives something from Kim Choon-choo (Lee Dong-gyoo). His face twisted while reading it and he couldn't speak afterwards.

The reason Kim Yoo-sin (Park Seong-woong) beat Gyebaek previously was because Eun-go stole Gyebaek's military plans and she had also killed Seong-choong (Jeon No-min).

He couldn't believe someone he had loved for long, until he married Cho-yeong (Hyo-min), could have done something like that.

Meanwhile, Heung-soo (Kim Yoo-seok) cried in sorrow as he found out about Seong-choong's death.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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