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[Spoiler] "Gyebaek" Oh Yun-soo cries at Cha In-pyo's death

2011/08/15 | 942 views |  | Permalink | Source

Oh Yun-soo cried at Cha In-pyo's death.

On the seventh episode of MBC drama "Gyebaek" on the 15th, Moo-jin (Cha In-pyo) gave up his life for the sake of Eui-ja's (Noh Young-hak) future.

Satek-bi (Oh Yun-soo) saw Eui-ja kill Moo-jin and said, "That was cruel, how could you kill Moo-jin who has been loyal to you all his life just so you can save Eui-ja?"

Saying he would pay for what he'd done, Satek-bi said, "I will slowly but painfully ruin what you treasure" to which Moo-wang asks, "Have you been in love with Moo-jin?"

She boldly confesses, "He was the one and only man I had in my heart".

Next to his body, Satek-bi confesses, "You are no longer someone who can share your tears or love. If there is a next life, I want to be the one who grows food with you, wait for you and cook dinner for you".

Meanwhile, the end of this days episode hinted the full scale appearance of adults and raised high expectations about the next episode.

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