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[Spoiler] "Deep-rooted Tree" Jang Hyuk and Shin Se-kyung tears of reunion

2011/11/16 | Permalink | Source

Jang Hyuk and Shin Se-kyung reunited in tears.

The thirteenth episode of the SBS drama "Deep-rooted Tree" on November 16th showed Kang Chae-yoon (Jang Hyuk) and So-i (Shin Se-kyung), who parted when they were young, getting back together again.

Having deciphered the code, Chae-yoon ran to the promised meeting place and yelled her name. So-i, who was hiding behind the tree, at the sight of him realized who he was when he called her name.

Remembering that he said, "My father was all I had. But I was left alone so I was scared and I was afraid of this world that could kill someone so innocent for no reason" So-i showed herself to him, asking him if he was who she thought he was.

They carefully stepped towards each other and hugged in tears. There, they cried endlessly.

Meanwhile, Chae-yoon was shocked that he was the reason she couldn't speak was because of him.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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