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[Spoiler] 'Hyde, Jekyll and I' Robin gets upset with Ha-na as she sides with Seo-jin

2015/03/18 | 603 views | Permalink | Source

On the March 18th episode of SBS 'Hyde, Jekyll and I', Robin was upset with Ha-na as she sided with Seo-jin.

Robin felt betrayed when he found out Ha-na stopped Seo-jin when Seo-jin was trying to find out the existence of Robin. Robin went to see Ha-na and said in jealousy, "I tried to understand when you stopped me" and "But it's a different matter when you stopped Seo-jin. What matters here is you took your stand by Seo-jin and he knows about it".

And then Robin revealed his heart in pain. "It hurts me more. The fact that you're not on my side. There are less than ten people who are aware of my existence. If you deny my existence, then I'm just part of Seo-jin's dreaming".

Ha-na said "I don't want to deny it. But we cannot ruin other people's life just for our own happiness". As he heard this, Robin revealed his heart saying, "There is no way both I and Seo-jin can be happy at the same time. There is no man who could ask someone to love himself while he doesn't know when he might disappear".

This episode showed that Ha-na used her quick wits to protect Seo-jin, while Robin was insisting to use his own name.

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