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[Spoiler] "Heaven's Order" Song Ji-hyo won't see Lee Dong-wook anymore.

2013/06/06 | Permalink | Source

Song Ji-hyo chose her adoptive father Lee Hee-do over Lee Dong-wook.

On the thirteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Heaven's Order" on the 5th, Hong Da-in (Song Ji-hyo) arranged her relationship with Choi Won (Lee Dong-wook) because of her adoptive father Jang Hong-dal (Lee Hee-do).

Da-in went to see her father in prison as he was captured because of the evidence Choi Won had found. However, he was cold towards her and said, "I do not want to see you. Go away. Isn't this what you wanted? When I get out, it won't be the way you want it to be so don't pretend to be sad". Da-in said, "I will beg for forgiveness and receive me punishment like you as a family". However he didn't budge.

Jang Hong-dal was furious that she was standing on his side and she denied it saying, "I won't see him anymore. I will stand by your side. Please don't do the wrong things",

Meanwhile, Choi Won took very good care of Da-in who had fainted in the rain.

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