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[Spoiler] Hong Jong-hyun tells Kim Ho-jin he's leaving for Yoona

2017/09/04 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "The King Loves", Wang Rin (Hong Jong-hyun) decided to leave to protect Eun-san (Yoona) after Eun Yeong-baek (Lee Ki-young) died.

Eun-san could barely walk as she grieved over the death of her father. Wang Rin took her home and to Eun-san's servant he said, "I will be back soon so have her ready to leave at any time".

Wang Rin then met Wang Yeong and asked the truth about Eun Yeong-baek's death. He asked if Eun Yeong-baek came to the palace for their wedding and Wang Yeong answered, "Yes".

Wang Rin then told Wang Yeong that he was leaving with Eun San who said, "Are you saying you want to be on the run and throw away your life for that girl?" Wang Rin answered, "I am only worried about the family name as it will be tainted because of me. I ask for forgiveness father, but I have no other choice".

Wang Yeong asked, "Does the king know?" and Wang Rin couldn't answer.

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