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[Spoiler] "100 Days My Prince" Nam Ji-hyun Suggests Do Kyung-soo That They Leave

2018/10/09 Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "100 Days My Prince", Yeon Hong-sim (Nam Ji-hyun) suggested to Won-deuk (Do Kyung-soo) that they leave with Moo-yeon (Kim Jae-young).

Word spread in the village that Won-deuk had become Park Seon-do (Ahn Suk-hwan) and Jeong Je-yoon's (Kim Seon-ho) human target. When he didn't appear for a while, the villagers started looking for him. Yeon Hong-sim found him making shoes of straw in his house.

She asked him, "Why are you making straw shoes when making books would make more money? Why did you stay still when you became the human target in front of Park and Jeong?"

Won-deuk said, "That's what Won-deuk does. I don't want to remember anything. I just want to be with you".

Hong-sim said, "I was planning to leave tonight with my brother but not you. With him, I have to hide forever. If you're alright with it, we can leave together". Won-deuk hugged her in response.

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