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[Spoiler] "The Princess' Man" what is Park Si-hoo and Moon Chae-won's destiny?

2011/08/11 | Permalink | Source

Gye Yoo Jeong Nan has started.

On the eighth episode of KBS 2 drama "The Princess' Man", General Soo Yang (Kim Young-chul-I) murdered Kim Jong-seo's (Lee Soon-jae) family.

General Soo Yang found Kim Jong-seo's house in plans to murder his family and revealed the relationship between their daughter and son Se Ryeong (Moon Chae-won) and Kim Seung-yoo (Park Si-hoo).

General Soo Yang told Kim Jong-seo he would show him the letter between the two of them but took about a weapon instead. Then at the desperate cry of Seung-gyoo, General Soo Yang's faithful servant Im Woon hit Kim J ong-seo with a weapon. Then Seung-gyoo was also cruelly murdered by them.

Looking at what he had done, General Soo Yang smiled a wicked smile. In following the murder of Kim Jong-seo, what will happen to Se Ryeong and Seung-yoo is in curiosity.

Meanwhile, Seung-yoo received Se Ryeong's blood letter and saved his life as he went to meet her.

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