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[Spoiler] 'Hyde, Jekyll and I' Sung Joon feels drawn to Han Ji-min

2015/02/19 | 974 views | Permalink | Source

On the 10th episode of SBS Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Hyde, Jekyll and I', Goo Seo-jin (Hyun Bin) was kidnapped and confined by Yoon Tae-joo (Sung Joon).

Yoon Tae-joo lured Goo Seo-jin to the place where he had been kidnapped in childhood. And then Yoon Tae-joo kidnapped Goo Seo-jin as well as Jang Ha-na, who followed Goo Seo-jin. Yoon Tae-joo confined them in a storage and injected gas in there.

Goo Seo-jin gave the gas mask, which was the only one available, to Jang Ha-na and saved her life from the critical situation.

Yoon Tae-joo was shocked as the plan was turning out differently from what he originally planned. He went to Kang Hee-ae (Shin Eun-jung), he confined behind the bookcase in his room .

Yoon Tae-joo told Kang Hee-ae Goo Seo-jin had saved Jang Ha-na's life and said, "It seems he has someone he wants to protect" while he was still trying to figure out what was going on. He complimented Jang Ha-na, "She is really a good person. Too good for Seo-jin" talking about the time when Jang Ha-na was helping out through the difficult hypnosis in investigation.

Yoon Tae-joo continued, "I thought she would not come again, But she kept coming. And then at a certain point, I became to start waiting for her".

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