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[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" Yoo Dong-geun VS Park Young-gyu

2014/02/02 | 384 views | Permalink | Source

Yoo Dong-geun was seen in an intense moment with Park Young-gyu.

KBS 1TV weekend drama "Jeong Do-jeon" showed Lee Seong-gye (Yoo Dong-geun) and Lee In-im (Park Young-gyu) in a mentally heightened moment with each other.

Lee Seong-gye was having a relaxing time one day when he received a message that his second wife Kang (Lee Il-hwa) was sick and rushed to her side.

However, this was a lie created by Kang to bring in her husband and Lee Seong-gye had no choice but to listen to her asking him to stay until victory was decided in Jinpo.

Lee Seong-gye entered the palace and ran into Lee In-im. News of Jinpo's victory was soon heard of. Lee Seong-gye explained that he came up because his wife was sick but Lee In-im was cynicl about it and said, "This is disappointing. I have no work for you to do".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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