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[Spoiler] "Hotel King" Lee Dong-wook finds out Kim Hae-sook and Jin Tae-hyun's relationship

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Lee Dong-wook discovers the truth about Kim Hae-sook and Jin Tae-hyun.

On the sixteenth episode of the MBC weekend drama "Hotel King", Cha Jae-hwan (Lee Dong-wook) and Amone (Lee Da-hae) found out Baek Mi-nyeo (Kim Hae-sook) and Roman Lee (Jin Tae-hyun) were mother and son.

Amone had been getting hotel management lessons from Baek Mi-nyeo and gathering strength to go against deputy chairman Lee Joong-gu (Lee Duk-hwa). Cha Jae-wan protected Amone by asking the favor of Roman Lee and emphasized that they had to hold hands if they wanted to fight Lee Joong-gu.

Cha Jae-wan later suspected something of Roman Lee. He was confused when Roman Lee met Amone and Baek Mi-nyo at the same time and held her hand. It turned out that Roman and Baek were son and mother.

As a result, Amone and Cha Jae-wan stood frozen on the spot.

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