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[Spoiler] "The Sun and The Moon" Jin Ji-hee is now a cry-baby princess

2012/01/05 | Permalink | Source

Jin Ji-hee from "The Sun and the Moon" came up with a new character.

On the second episode of MBC drama "The Sun and the Moon", Princess Min-hwa (Jin Ji-hee) fell for Heo-yeom (Im Si-wan) and was constantly whining and crying.

Princess Min-hwa fell in love with the pretty young master Heo-yeom. Her eyes went wide and her heart fluttered for the handsome and noble character of Heo-yeom from the first time she saw him.

She began to actively show her feelings for Heo-yeom. As Lee Hwon (Yeo Jin-goo) said bad things about her to Heo-yeom, she bawled like a baby and went into her room. She then held Heo-yeom's face and said, "I am not a cry-baby but a mature woman'.

Heo-yeom tried to calm her down and she stopped crying at once at his care. She asked, "Am I pretty? Am I really pretty?" and smiled.

She then started to whine to King Seong-jo. She whined that she wanted to study with Heo-yeom. As he wouldn't give her the permission she started crying again. She is bright and hyper but this confirmed her character of being a cry-baby.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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