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[Spoiler] "The Princess' Man" Park Si-hoo, plaintive at Moon Chae-won's cut hair

2011/09/22 | Permalink | Source

The woman ends ties with her father, cut her own hair and gave up her place as princess. The man felt plaintive because he thought everything was his fault.

On the twentieth episode of KBS 2TV "The Princess' Man", Seung-yoo (Park Si-hoo) heard that Se-ryeong (Moon Chae-won) left the palace.

Seung-yoo saw Kyeong-hye (Hong Soo-hyun) and Jeong-jong (Lee Min-woo-I) make their way off in exaltation. He found the place where Se-ryeong was just as Kyeong-hye had told him. Seeing her cut hair, he felt sadness and touched it.

Feeling someone was behind her, Se-ryeong realized he was behind her and was surprised. Seung-yoo ached more in the heart as Se-ryeong was walking the span of ice against her father who was General Soo Yang (Kim Young-chul).

Meanwhile, making sure of her feelings for him Seung-yoo took her back to where he lived.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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