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[Spoiler] "Hotel King" Lee Dong-wook wasn't Lee Da-hae's brother

2014/05/11 | 4869 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Dong-wook found out about his birth.

On the episode of MBC drama "Hotel King" on the 11th, Cha Jae-wan (Lee Dong-wook) found out he wasn't the actual son of Chairman Ah Seong-won.

His witness whom he was protecting to take revenge against Lee Joong-goo (Lee Duk-hwa), told him he had something to say in one week. In the meantime, Cha Jae-hwan trained Ah Mo-ne (Lee Da-hae) and decided to pay the same price as Lee Joong-goo.

However, Lee Joong-goo used his power to take care of the witness and Cha Jae-hwan found a paper stating DNA results. It turned out that he wasn't a blood relative of Ah Seong-won and Lee Joong-goo had lied to him from the beginning.

It was all a big secret; the past where he wanted revenge on Chairman Ah Seong-won, thinking they were related and not being able to love Ah Mo-ne the way he wanted, because he thought he was her real brother.

In the end, it turned out that Lee Joong-goo was just using Cha Jae-wan from the beginning.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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