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[Spoiler] "Faith" Kim Hee-sun finds a part of the diary

2012/10/15 | 971 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Hee-sun found part of her diary.

The nineteenth episode of the SBS drama "Faith" showed Eun-soo (Kim Hee-sun) and Choi Yeong (Lee Min-ho) leaving for Cheon-hyeol.

They spent quality time together on their way there enjoyed it as a date. Choi Yeong hid Eun-soo safely so that he could go and get rid of those assassins who were after her. She found something in between the rocks.

A part of the diary was hidden there. The diary said, "Reading this would mean I am with him. I remember everything that day. The way he looked at me and his warm heart. Yes Eun-soo, I am your future". This meant she had traveled to the past before.

Choi Yeong returned after having gotten rid of the assassins and asked her if she was alright. She asked him to hold her.

Meanwhile, at the end of the episode, Eun-soo was seen making her way to meet Deok Heung-gun (Park Yoon-jae) and King Gong-mi (Ryu Deok-hwan).

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