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[Spoiler] "Secret Door" Yoo So-hee weakened by Lee Je-hoon

2014/11/11 | 504 views | Permalink | Source

Yoo So-hee was confused.

SBS drama "Secret Door" on the 11th showed Ji-dam (Yoo So-hee) confused at the sight of Lee Seon (Lee Je-hoon), who knelt down in front of the envoys.

Lee Seon knelt in front of the envoys for the people and Ji-dam almost forgot the reason why she came back.

Lee Seon ran into Ji-dam on the way back from being yelled at by Yeong Jo. She told him that it was too much and that the court servants were talking about it.

Lee Seon said, "My kneeling is no big deal" but Ji-dam just looked at him.

He asked why she was looking at him like that and she told him she didn't know which one was real; the prince who would kneel for his people and the cold prince. Lee Seon said, "I wish the day comes when I can give you an answer".

The prince found out about Kim Taek's (Kim Chang-wan) plot and took action.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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