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[Spoiler] "The Sun and The Moon" Yeo Jin-goo is just a dot

2012/01/11 Source

Kim Yoo-jung's brain structure was revealed.

On the third episode of MBC drama "The Sun and the Moon" Lee Hwon (Yeo Jin-goo) was dealing with his feelings for Yeon-woo (Kim Yoo-jung).

Sang Seon Nae-kwan (Jung Eun-pyo) offered an analysis of Yeon-woo's brain structure.

70% of her brain was taken up by Heo-yeom (Im Si-wan). 20% was taken up by Yang-myeong and 10% by Kim Je-woon (Song Jae-rim).

Only a dot was taken up by Lee Hwon. He asked why he was only a dot but Sang Seon Nae-kwan said, "It's introspection".

King Seongjo (Ahn Nae-sang) was also confused when he found out the Lee Hwon and Yang-myeong (Lee Tae-ri) both had feelings for Yeon-woo.

"The Sun and the Moon" is based on an original work written by Jeong Eun-gwol, who also wrote "Sungkyunkwan Scandal", about Yeon-woo (Han Ga-in) who has been chosen as a princess but has to live life as a shaman as she falls in love with the imaginary king Hwon (Kim Soo-hyun).

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