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[Spoiler] 'Jackpot' Yeo Jin-goo begins fighting Jang Geun-suk over throne: "Cannot trust you"

2016/05/31 | 1396 views | Permalink | Source

"Jackpot" Yeo Jin-goo turned his back on Jang Geun-suk.

On the episode 20 of SBS Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Jackpot Baek Dae-gil (Jang Geun-suk) asked Prince Yeongying (Yeo Jin-goo) to trust him.

On this day, Prince Yeongying suggested a bet to Baek Dae-gil. The prince said that, if he would win the bet, Baek Dae-gil should reveal the truth. Prior to this, after he found out that Baek Dae-gil was King Sukjong (Choi Min-soo)'s son, Prince Yeongying had been suspecting that Baek Dae-gil might be ambitious and would want to inherit the throne.

Baek Dae-gil said, "When I was pulling the bowstring, I thought about it. Should I lose on purpose as a good subject or like a brother would do for younger brother. I then decided to win the bet. Please trust me. It's not for me, it's for you. This is my wish".

Baek Dae-gil continued, "And I'll pay courtesy to you as a subject from now on" and then he turned around. However, Prince Yeongying said, 'I cannot help you with the wish. I cannot trust you".

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