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[Spoiler] "The Queen's Flower" Kim Chae-yeon tries to kill herself

2015/05/31 | 713 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Sung-ryung and Lee Jong-hyuk have fallen for Kim Chae-yeon's trap.

Sin Ji-soo (Kim Chae-yeon) messed up the relationship between Rena Jeong (Kim Sung-ryung) and Park Min-joon (Lee Jong-hyuk) by trying to kill herself on the twenty-fourth episode of the MBC weekend drama "The Queen's Flower".

Ji-soo is Min-joon's first love who approached him again for money. Rena was shocked to find out they had met again. Min-joon rejected Ji-soo at once but she made him worry about her and didn't give him up.

Rena started to misunderstand. She thought Min-joon still had feelings for Ji-soo. When Ji-soo tried to kill herself and things started to get complicated Min-joon panicked. A crack started to appear between Rena and Min-joon.

Meanwhile, "The Queen's Flower" is a drama about a woman who reunited with the daughter she abandoned.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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