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[Spoiler] "Heaven's Order" Lee Dong-wook hugs Yoon Jin-yi

2013/05/30 | 436 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Won (Lee Dong-wook) and So Baek (Yoon Jin-yi) hid themselves from Do Moon's (Hwang Seong-woong) men on the KBS 2TV drama "Heaven's Order".

Choi Won found Jang Hong-dal's (Lee Hee-do) house in search of Mak-bong (Yoon Gi-won) to find the only piece of evidence that would free his name. Choi Won and So Baek had to return without any progress due to Da-in's (Song Ji-hyo) dissuasion but were chased by Jang Hong-dal's stepson, Do Moon.

Choi Won and So Baek hid under a spooky eave. Choi Won held So Baek close, just in case they were heard by Do Moon. So Baek's heart beat hard at his touch as she had a crush on him.

Meanwhile, Queen Moon-jeong (Park Ji-young) ordered the crowned prince (Im Seul-ong) to be murdered. Choi Won saves him but gets caught by Kim Chi-yong's (Jun Gook-hwan) men while saving Hong Da-in from death.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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