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[Spoiler] 'Hyde, Jekyll and I' Hyun Bin and Han Ji-min to get married before 'Robin' disappears

2015/03/25 | 2252 views | Permalink | Source

On the 19th episode of SBS' Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Hyde, Jekyll and I', Robin (Hyun Bin) and Ha-na (Han Ji-min) made a decision to say farewell to each other while Robin still exists.

Robin left a video message to Seo-jin about his wish to disappear as Robin. Ha-na was deeply shocked to realize Robin was losing his memory. She did not know what to do about it but crying.

Ha-na asked Robin, "How can you say one week is enough to end all of these". Robin said, "I'll disappear after a short while. If my memory fades out, I'm not Robin any longer" and "Please let me go with the last memories of you".

Ha-na was distressed witnessing Robin losing his memories little by little. She finally decided to let him go while he was still Robin.

Ha-na thought about a way to make a special memory for Robin. It's that Ha-na decided to get married to Robin. Ha-na told Robin, "The most precious memory has never disappeared. I'm going to make that for you" and "Please marry me" and Robin accepted the proposal.

'Hyde, Jekyll and I' is a romance comedy depicting a triangle love between a woman and the two different personalities of a man with whom she falls in love with.

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