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[Spoiler] "Goddess of Fire Jeongi" Kim Beom loved Moon Geun-young to the end

2013/10/21 | 1033 views | Permalink | Source

Tae-do (Kim Beom) died trying to protect Jeongi (Moon Geun-young) to the end in the MBC drama "Goddess Of Fire Jeongi".

Tae-do followed Hwa-ryeong's (Seo Hyun-jin) men and found the cart Jeongi was kidnapped in.

He rescued her and ran away from the soldiers but was discovered soon and was hit with a dagger.

He ushered Jeongi to run away and she had no choice as he was barking at her to. Tae-do was left alone to fight with the enemies.

In the end, Tae-do was injured badly and turned pale. Gwang-hae (Lee Sang-yoon) arrived then.

Tae-do held Gwang-hae's hand desperately and asked him to take care of Jeongi.

When she returned, he breathed heavily and said, "You are the one who made this heart beat". He showed his endless love for her, right until he closed his eyes.

Jeongi cried over his body expressing her apologies and gratefulness for a prolonged time.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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