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[Spoiler] "Angel Eyes" Ku Hye-sun realizes who Lee Sang-yoon is

2014/04/13 | Permalink | Source

Ku Hye-sun realized who Lee Sang-yoon is.

On the fourth episode of the SBS drama "Angel Eyes", Yoon Soo-wan (Ku Hye-sun) thought of her first-love Park Dong-joo when she saw Dylan Park (Lee Sang-yoon).

Park Dong-joo became Dylan Park and returned to Korea for the first time in 12 years. He recognized Yoon Soo-wan but didn't tell her who he was when he found out she had a fiance.

He saved her from a situation where a patient held her hostage and treated her wound. He then spoke coldly, "I was told it's alright to bind a patient if he or she was mentally ill. Do you know how many people could've been hurt because of you?"

Yoon Soo-wan said, "I'm sorry. I will make sure nothing like that happens again". Then to herself, "He saves me and treats me but he has a way of making me feel ungrateful".

However, soon she felt the presence of Park Dong-joo from Dylan Park. She told herself, "No, that's not true. What are you thinking about?"

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