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[Spoiler] "Secret Door" What will happen now that Lee Seon is tricked into a trap by Hong Gye-hee?

2014/12/02 | 527 views | Permalink | Source

On the December 2nd episode of SBS "Secret Door", Hong Gye-hee (Jang Hyun-sung) of Noron Party is pushing forward to lay a blame on the Crown Prince, Lee Seon (Lee Je-hoon) as a traitor.

Hong Gye-hee notices the Crown Prince, Lee Seon is allied with Na Cheol-joo from Kwan-Seo region and has been working to plot something, but fails to collect any evidence. The crown princess finds out about Lee Seon's library and informs her father, Hong Bong-han, who tries to demolish the library without Lee Seon's knowing. Hong Gye-hee learned the situation and sets up a trap.

Due to the oppression by Hong Bong-han, the people who have been cultivating their men in the library are pushed into corner. Someone sends a secret letter to the Crown Prince's place informing Lee Seon about the critical situation of the library. Lee Seon decides to leave to Kwan-Seo region under the excuse of his disease.

While the Crown Prince in his palanquin and his people are heading to their destination, Hong Gye-hee stops the group and finds out there is no one in the palanquin. He was actually heading to Kwan-Seo region. Hong Gye-hee informs Yeongjo that the Crown Prince is in collusion with traitors.

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