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[Spoiler] "A Korean Odyssey" Lee Seung-gi and Oh Yeon-seo at Odds

2018/01/21 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "A Korean Odyssey", Sun-mi (Oh Yeon-seo) worried that the Geumganggo was going to disappear. Ma-wang (Cha Seung-won) tried to trick her into believing Oh-gong (Lee Seung-gi) made something to kill her.

Sun-mi angrily confronted Oh-gong about Ma-wang's warning. He snapped that he was jealous of her having a good time with Jonathan (Michael K. Lee).

When Sun-mi seemed upset, Ma-wang told her, "Oh-gong won't kill you even if the Geumganggo disappears. You will just become nothing to each other. That's how it's supposed to be". Sun-mi was very disappointed.

Oh-gong went to catch a demon that made people kill themselves and Sun-mi appearred in front of him. The demon whispers to Oh-gong that she's going to kill him, but Oh-gong doesn't fall for it and kills the demon. Oh-gong tells Sun-mi what he demon said and she said, "That's not going to happen".

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