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[Spoiler] "The Rooftop Prince" Han Ji-min falls into the water

2012/05/23 Source

Han Ji-min saves Park Yoo-chun and falls into the water.

On the nineteenth episode of the SBS drama "The Rooftop Prince" on the 23rd of May, Park Ha (Han Ji-min) pushed Lee Gak (Park Yoo-chun) out of the way and was hit herself by the car.

Hong Se-na and Yong Tae-moo planned to kill Lee Gak. She stole Park Ha's phone and text Lee Gak to meet her at the water reserve at 8PM to go fishing.

Hong Se-na appeared in Park Ha's clothes in the dark and led him to where she wanted him. Yong Tae-moo who was already in the car waiting, stepped on the accelerator when he saw Lee Gak, trying to kill him. Park Ha found out about their plans later and ran to the water reserve.

She jumped out in front of the car to save Lee Gak and he was shocked. He thought about the murder incident that happened 300 years ago. The way Park Ha was floating in the water reminded him of the way the princess did.

He ran into the water and cried for her to come back to life.

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