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[Spoiler] "The Sun and The Moon" Kim Soo-hyeon confesses to Han Ga-in

2012/02/09 Source

Kim Soo-hyun confessed his true thoughts to Han Ga-in.

On the twelfth episode of MBC drama "The Sun and the Moon" on the 9th, Lee Hwon (Kim Soo-hyun) confessed his feelings to shaman Wol (Han Ga-in) who was going to quit being his protector.

Lee Hwon got mad at Wol who tried to leave saying her duties had been fulfilled. She said, "I can't replace her (Heo Yeon-woo). You are the one who ordered me not to get Close to You".

Lee Hwon replied, "I never told you to go away either. You are right. I am confused if I am looking at you or her".

He was confused with Wol and the dead Yeon-woo. Wol and Heo Yeon-woo are actually the same people but Hwon thinks she's dead and Wol doesn't know she is Yeon-woo because of memory loss.

Lee Hwon said, "Therefore, don't you dare leave my side until I can realize what this feeling is and until I can rest my confusion. This is an order".

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