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[Spoiler] "The Flower in Prison" Seo Ha-joon, "Protect Jin Se-yeon"

2016/10/16 | 979 views | Permalink | Source

Seo Ha-joon who has terminal illness asked Go Soo to take care of Jin Se-yeon.

On the forty-fifth episode of the MBC drama "The Flower in Prison", Myeong Jong (Seo Ha-joon) asked Yoon Tae-won (Go Soo) to take care of Ok-nyeo (Jin Se-yeon).

Myeong Jong's cardiac infarction was terminal. His doctor said, "Your Highness, you are not well. This disease is impossible to cure with present medical skills". If Myeong Jong had another seizure and fell unconscious, no one would know what happens next.

Myeong Jong smiled bitterly and said, "So that means you don't know when I will die".

Myeong Jong thought hard. He then called Yoon Tae-won and told him that he was sick. He then said, "You musn't tell anyone what I am about to tell you now. The doctor says there's no knowing when I will die".

He then said to Yoon Tae-won, "I have something to tell you. Right now Yoon Won-hyeong (Jung Joon-ho) or Jeong Nan-joo (Park Joo-mi) won't be able to hurt her but once I lose my consciousness, not only is my life in danger but Ok-nyeo's too".

"I ask of you to take care of her and keep her safe, no matter what".

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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