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[Spoiler] "Jang Ok-jeong" Kim Ha-eun falls asleep in Yoo Ah-in's arms

2013/04/30 | 1190 views | Permalink | Source

In-kyeong (Kim Ha-eun) passed away young.

On the episode of the SBS drama "Jang Ok-jeong", Queen In–kyeong who was suffering from smallpox eventually passed away in the arms of Lee Soon (Yoo Ah-in).

Lee Soon went to see her when he heard she was ill.

He told her, "You need to make it, for me" and held her hand.

In-kyeong said, "I think I can rest my eyes now". Lee Soon took her in his arms and cried, "You can't go now. I have many things to apologize for. I am sorry for using you and I am sorry for not giving you love".

In-kyeong closed her eyes after saying, "I was happy because of you".

Meanwhile, the moment she passed away, Queen Kim (Kim Sun-kyung) said, "It's the duty of the royalty to never let the position of the Queen be empty for a moment". However, Lee Soon refused to listen to her.

Jang Ok-jeong (Kim Tae-hee) kept on pushing away Lee Soon and her feelings for him as she knew where she existed in society.

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