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[Spoiler] 'Secret Door' Lee Je-hoon is revived as Jeongjo in final episode

2014/12/09 | 740 views | Permalink | Source

On December 9th, the last episode of SBS drama "Secret Door" was broadcasted. As Lee Seon was put at risk to be killed by Yeongjo, Na Cheol-joo (Kim Min-jong) and the people of the library decided to send an assassin to the palace to kill Yeongjo.

Lee Seon realized the situation and ran to Yeongjo 's bedroom. Lee Seon killed his fellow, Na Cheol-joo and he promised with tears that he would follow after Na Cheol-joo.

Yeongjo was not happy although Lee Seon rescued him from assassination. Yeongjo says, "Slash me with the sword. This is how you come into power. First, father dies and his son survives. Grab the sword". He insisted he would die in Lee Seon's hands.

As Lee Seon threw away the sword, Yeongjo finally decides to accept the reality. He watched Lee Seon by himself walking into a wooden rice chest and later Lee Seon died in there.

After a long time, Lee Seon's Son, Lee San was enthroned to be the 22nd King of Joseon, who was Jeongjo. Jeongjo (Lee Je-hoon) grew up with the words fixed in his heart, "Revenge father's death. Build a library on the most beautiful site of this palace". And he followed his father's will. Jeongjo himself was the spitting image of Crown Prince Sado, Lee Seon.

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