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[Spoiler] "May Queen" monster Kim Kyu-chul treats Han Ji-hye like a disease

2012/10/21 | 901 views | Permalink | Source

Cheon Hae-joo (Han Ji-hye) found out everything surrounding her and her childhood.

On the twentieth episode of the MBC drama "May Queen" on the 21st, she asked Park Gi-chool (Kim Kyu-chul) if he ordered for her to be sold off to an island. She found out all this through Yoon Jeong-woo (Lee Hoon) in the previous episode.

Park Gi-chool was brutal towards Cheon Hae-joo until the end. When she said, "How could you do that when you're my fathers friend?" he answered, "I just didn't like you. I didn't like that something like you was hanging around Chang-hee".

He continued, "Pests should be terminated from the beginning. You should've been sold off then. Then Park Chang-hee would be married to In-hwa and living happily ever after".

Cheon Hae-joo said, "Don't talk like that. I think I saw the wrong person and ran out of the house. Meanwhile, Park Gi-chool showed that he was sincerely sorry about what he had done to her as he talked to her back and said, "I'm sorry, I will take this punishment in hell" and cried.

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