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[Spoiler] "The Princess' Man" Moon Chae-won gets hit by an arrow

2011/09/01 | Permalink | Source

"The Princess' Man" Moon Chae-won threw herself to save Park Si-hoo.

On the fourteenth episode of KBS 2TV "The Princess' Man", Se-ryeong (Moon Chae-won) threw herself to save Kim Seung-yoo (Park Si-hoo).

Seung-yoo kidnapped Se-ryeong on the day of her wedding to Sin-myeong (Song Jong-ho) and used her as hostage to bring in General Soo Yang (Kim Young-chul).

Because of his affectionate heart for her, he couldn't kill her, but decides to the next day. He pointed the arrow towards her and Sin-myeon watched from far as Se-ryeong closed her eyes, as if she'd given up.

At the same time, General Soo Yang appeared and told him, "Let my defenseless daughter go. Are you saying you're brave enough to challenge me but not to show your face?" He didn't know it was Seung-yoo.

Seung-yoo shot an arrow at the approaching General Soo Yang. He was hit and Sin-myeon tried to shoot Seung-yoo from far. However, Se-ryeong saw this and threw her body to block the arrow that was coming for Seung-yoo. Everyone was shocked. The surprised face of Seung-yoo ended the episode.

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