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[Spoiler] "100 Days My Prince", Kim Jae-young Is Nam Ji-hyun's Brother

2018/09/17 | 527 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "100 Days My Prince", Moo-yeon (Kim Jae-young) missed Yoon Yi-seo (Nam Ji-hyun).

Moo-yeon recalled losing Yoon Yi-seo (Heo Jung-eun) during his escape after their father, Yoon Boo-joon (Jeong Ho-joon), passed away.

As children, Moo-yeon would cover Yoon Yi-seo in leaves and say, "I am going to lure the Salsudan. If we break apart, we will meet under the Full Moon Bridge. Moo-yeon surrendered to Kim Cha-eon (Jo Sung-ha) and was ordered to kill Prince Lee Yool (Do Kyung-soo).

Yoon Yi-seo was living as Yeon Hong-sim. She went to her father's grave and promised, "I will do my best to hold on until I meet my brother again and we will make a proper grave for you. I am getting married without you". Later, she lost her memory and married Lee Yool who was living as Won-deuk.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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