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[Spoiler] "The King Loves" Im Si-wan tells Yoona that he adores her

2017/09/18 | 416 views | Permalink | Source

Wang Won (Im Si-wan) told Eun-san (Yoona) how he felt about her. He and Eun-san went out for a walk after checking in on Qinglin/Wang Rin (Hong Jong-hyun). Eun-san and Wang Won recalled the times when the three of them were happy together.

Wang Won said, "You are the first person to have cussed at me". Eun-san was embarrassed. Won said, "Not only that, you twisted me by wrist". He recalled the time he hugged Eun-san and continued, "You are also the first person I can depend on".

"What if I wasn't the king?" he asked and she answered, "I would have liked you because you gave me so much that I have never received before. However, I don't know what to do".

Wang Won reflected and said. "I didn't know how to express my feelings the right way. All I thought about was to keep you in a cage. I adore you too much to even hold onto you".

Source : www.tenasia.co.kr/arc...

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