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[Spoiler] Hong Jong-hyun's love for Yoona

2017/09/05 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "The King Loves", Wang Rin/Qinglin (Hong Jong-hyun) ran with Eun San (Yoona) away from Song In (Oh Min-suk) and Princess Won Seong (Jang Young-nam) who wanted Eun Yeong-baek's (Lee Ki-young) fortune.

After walking a while, Wang Rin said to Eun San, "It's getting late but I don't see a place we may stay". Eun San replied, "There's might be something over there".

Wang Rin brought out some drinks and said, "I thought getting drunk would let us sleep better". Eun San took the bottle and made a toast to the late Eun Yeong-baek. Then she introduced Wang Rin saying, "He will take me to the east seas. He's a good companion".

Wang Rin said, "Did you think I'd only go to the seas with you? I am going to get on the boat with you and go wherever you go, for as long as anytime. I'm sure your father would have wanted that too".

Source : www.tenasia.co.kr/arc...

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