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[Spoiler] "The Queen's Flower" Kim Sung-ryung was harassed in the past

2015/04/12 | 524 views | Permalink | Source

The reason why Kim Sung-ryung doesn't trust men was exposed on the 10th episode of "The Queen's Flower".

Rena Jeong (Kim Sung-ryung) recalled something that happened to her in the past while she suspected Park Min-joon's (Lee Jong-hyuk) interest in her.

When Park Min-joon asked her to go on a trip with him, she said, "You are married and shouldn't be doing this". Park Min-joon said, "Are you saying if I'm not married then it's alright? I told you not to trust everything the article said. Let's go on a trip and I'll tell you everything".

Min-joon was married only by appearance but was actually single. He thought of Rena seriously but she had a past of being sexually harassed by her employer in America when she worked as a chef. She didn't trust Park Min-joon either.

Meanwhile, "The Queen's Flower" is about a woman who abandons her daughter in return for her desires then reunites with her.

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