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[Spoiler] "Empire of Gold", Kim Mi-sook tells Park Geun-hyung, "Leave now"

2013/07/29 | 1029 views | Permalink | Source

On "Empire of Gold", Seong-jae (Lee Hyun-jin) told Seo-yoon (Lee Yo-won) that chairman Choi Dong-seong (Park Geun-hyung) was in critical condition. He had disobeyed his mother, Jeong-hee's (Kim Mi-sook) to keep them from meeting each other.

Jeong-hee, who has waited for revenge next to the chairman tries to stop Seong-jae but he protects Seo-yoon.

However, Jeong-hee who was standing by the chairman's side all this while, suddenly turned into another person and said, "Thanks for the present. You can leave now". She said, "How foolish of you to fall for it. Your habits, your gestures, they are all something I've been teaching him since he was little".

The chairman warned her not to touch Seo-yoon until the end. However, Jeong-hee said, "Tell him when you see him. I have never forgotten for a day. Goodbye".

Seo-yoon runs to the hospital but his condition was so bad he couldn't warn her about Jeong-hee and passed away.

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