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[Spoiler] "Hotel King" Lee Da-hae, shocked at Lee Dong-wook's past

2014/07/20 | 1600 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Da-hae was shocked at Lee Dong-wook's confession.

On the thirtieth episode of the MBC drama "Hotel King", Cha Jae-wan (Lee Dong-wook) confessed his mistakes and his past in front of all the hoteliers.

Cha Jae-wan said, "My goal was to own CL Hotel when I first came here. Chairman Ah Seong-won could've died but I would've done whatever I could to save him. That way, I could come back to CL".

Someone asked him, if he approached Amone and and Ah Bok-soon for the same reasons and he said, "I don't know. I don't know from where it started and what I was thinking".

Someone else asked why it was CL and Cha Jae-wan said, "I'm sure everyone knows I was adopted. I had thought just until a few months ago that Ah Seong-won was the father who abandoned me. This was all because of some papers that were manipulated to make me look like the son".

Amone was shocked, and turned away from Cha Jae-wan.

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