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[Spoiler] "The Last Empress" Shin Sung-rok Envies Jang Nara and Choi Jin-hyuk's Hug

2019/01/02 | 789 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "The Last Empress", Lee Hyeok (Shin Sung-rok) witnessed Cheon Woo-bin (Choi Jin-hyuk) and Oh Sunny (Jang Nara).

To provoke Lee Hyeok, Cheon Woo-bin hugged Oh Sunny in front of him to make him want her back.

Oh Sunny said, "Don't be ridiculous I'm not a woman to him. I'm only here to find out the truth, not to win him back. That makes me sick".

However, unlike her expectation, Lee Hyeok witnessed them hug and started thinking about her.

He scoffed at them, but he asked Cheon Woo-bin about Oh Sunny.

Cheon Woo-bin said, "The Empress is grateful for you saving her life. She thinks you didn't have a choice and understands".

Lee Hyeok said, "She's very easy. I need to kick her out of here by creating a scandal. I can only breathe when she's out of my sight".

Source : www.asiatoday.co.kr/v...

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