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[Spoiler] "Faith" Park Se-young surprised at Ryu Deok-hwan

2012/09/18 | 864 views | Permalink | Source

Park Se-young was surprised at the thought of joining rooms with Ryu Deok-hwan on the episode of the SBS drama "Faith" on the 18th.

King Gong-min (Ryu Deok-hwan) despised himself for the death of the talented people who were to lead the Koryeo.

Princess Noh-guk (Park Se-young) asked court lady Choi (Kim Mi-kyung), "Choi, what do normal women who when their husbands are tired and gloomy?" and unmarried suggested Ahn Do-chi (Kwon Min) to answer.

Ahn Said, "I, for example, prepare some drinks. When you drink together and get drunk...I can't continue anymore, please understand". But the princess pushed her to continued and Ahn said, "My husband and I sleep together".

The princess became red in the face and when King Gong-min came in just then, she left the room without lifting her face.

He asked Ahn what happened but all she did was put her head down.

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