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[Spoiler] 'Jackpot' Jang Keun-suk turns his back on Lim Ji-yeon

2016/04/18 | Permalink | Source

On the episode 7 of SBS' Monday & Tuesday drama, "Jackpot", Prince Yeonying (Yeo Jin-goo) as a prince of the nation punished Lee In-jwa (Jun Kwang-ryul) and Baek Dae-gil (Jang Keun-suk) for gambling in a gambling parlor.

Dam-seo (Lim Ji-yeon) took Dae-gil out of the room quickly. Dam-seo tried to wipe the blood oozing out of the wounds on Dae-gil's body with her handkerchief, Dae-gil shook off her hands.

Dae-gil told Dam-seo, "As far as you continue to serve my father and the brute, you're just one of them".

Baek Dae-gil was firm with his decision. He said, "I cancel my words that I would make you my bride". And then he turned around.

Baek Dae-gil said, "Even if I'd die or you'd aim the sword at me, I won't give up. I'm going to confront Lee In-jwa one hundred times and one thousand times again and again". Dam-seo looked at Dae-gil sadly.

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