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[Spoiler] "Hotel King", Lee Da-hye finds out Lee Dong-wook's weakness

2014/05/25 | 1528 views | Permalink | Source

On the fourteenth episode of the MBC drama "Hotel King", Amone (Lee Da-hae) discovered a gun which happens to be Cha Jae-wan's (Lee Dong-wook) weakness.

Amone received a recorder from Baek Mi-nyo (Kim Hae-sook). The recorder contained evidence that Lee Joong-goo had killed her father. Along with that was Cha Jae-hwan's voice, yelling in anger. Amone was shocked that he knew about her father's death and kept it from her all along.

Amone asked Cha Jae-hwan, "Lee Joong-goo killed my father right? You knew it". However, he denied. She was disappointed in him and said, "What is it that you want to hide from me. I will find it", then she began raiding his house.

Then she found a gun in the safe. It was the gun Cha Jae-hwan used to kill someone and it was his biggest weakness. He quickly covered her eyes but she'd already seen it. She asked, "Who are you?" and he said, "I have nowhere else to go".

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