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[Spoiler] "My Secret Hotel" Jin Yi-han vs. Namgoong Min battle

2014/09/23 | 719 views | Permalink | Source

Jin Yi-han and Namgoong Min battled each other with different songs.

On the tenth episode of the tvN drama "My Secret Hotel", Hae-yeong (Jin Yi-han) and Seong-kyeom (Namgoong Min) struggled to impress Sang-hyo (Yoo In-na).

Hae-yeong knew Seong-kyeom was going to announce their relationship in front of the hotel staff and went over there.

Hae-yeong danced in front of everyone impressively and said, "I've come to take back my woman who was stolen from me. Jo Seong-kyeom, would you please return my woman? I can't give her up".

Seong-kyeom battled him with a song. Seong-kyeom had told Sang-hyo that he didn't sing. Sang-hyo's eyes started to water at the sight of him singing without music. Hae-yeong recognized his defeat.

The two of them battled for Sang-hyo but victory went to Seong-kyeom this time.

Meanwhile, "My Secret Hotel" is about the twisted relationship of an ex-married couple who reunite 7 years later as groom and hotel manager.

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