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[Spoiler] "Faith" Ryu Deok-hwan cries to save Park Se-young

2012/10/16 | 739 views | Permalink | Source

Ryu Deok-hwan begged Park Yoon-jae to save Park Se-young.

SBS drama "Faith" showed King Gong-min (Ryu Deok-hwan) offered Deok Heung-gun (Park Yoon-jae) the throne to save Princes No-guk (Park Se-young).

King Gong-min called for Deok Heung-gun who kidnapped the princess and asked, "What can I do for you? She's very weak. The physician (Lee Philip) says she shouldn't be surprised or fed the wrong things. If we have to make a deal then lets it over with".

When Deok Heung-gun denied kidnapping her, Gong-min said, "Do you need the throne? Take it but just leave the Koryeo. My uncle is from this country too. I beg you. What will you do to save her?"

However, Deok Heung-gun had already made up his mind to kill her. She is saved by Choi Yeon but she aborts due to the medicine Deok Heung-gun gives her.

King Gong-min went to the bed where she lay in silence, crying, and hugged her from the back.

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