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[Spoiler] "Hotel King" Lee Dong-wook in danger

2014/07/13 | 1296 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Dong-wook is on the verge of dying.

MBC drama "Hotel King" showed Baek Mi-nyeo (Kim Hae-sook) at the point of death with Lee Joong-goo (Lee Duk-hwa).

She lured him into a building that was covered in gas. However, Lee Joong-goo soon realized what she was doing and tied her up, threatening her to hand over all of her hotel stocks.

When she resisted, he called Cha Jae-hwan (Lee Dong-wook) and beat him up with Baek Mi-nyeo watching.

When Lee Joong-goo urged her to sign the papers, she signed them for the sake of saving her son.

However, Cha Jae-hwan came around and pushed Lee Joong-goo. Fire was set to the building as a gun went off. Lee Joong-goo managed to get out with the help of his men but Lee Dong-wook was unconscious because of Lee Joong-goo's men; Baek Mi-nyeo was tied up.

Meanwhile, Amone (Lee Da-hae) realized what was happening and arrived at the burning building with Seon Woo-hyeon (Im Seul-ong), but only after it had blown up.

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