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[Spoiler] "Black Knight" Kim Rae-won and Shin Se-kyung Kiss at Their Wedding

2018/02/01 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Black Knight" Soo-ho (Kim Rae-won) and Jung Hae-ra (Shin Se-kyung) got married.

Soo-ho hurried to marry Hae-ra after hearing that Sharon (Seo Ji-hye) was alive. Hae-ra said she wanted to give him a wedding present at least, but Soo-ho said, "I don't need that. I just need you. Just come with me if you trust me".

They planned to get married the following Saturday with just friends and family and took wedding pictures first. Meanwhile, Hae-ra had been assigned to Rome, Italy for two years and there was some hesitation, but Soo-ho decided to let her go.

Jang Baek-hee (Jang Mi-hee) stood as their wedding officiant and told them to be happy until the end of time. Soo-ho and Hae-ra were finally married. Just when they thought they had resolved a sorrow they didn't fulfill in the past life, Sharon got her memory back and planned to kill Soo-ho again with Park Chul-min (Kim Byung-ok).

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