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[Spoiler] 'Jackpot' Lim Ji-yeon sacrifices herself to save Jun Kwang-ryul

2016/05/24 | Permalink | Source

On the episode 18 of SBS Monday & Tuesday drama, "Jackpot", Dam-seo (Lim Ji-yeon) saved Lee In-jwa (Jun Kwang-ryul).

On this day, when Jeong Hwui-ryang informed Dam-seo that Lee In-jwa was released and told her, "Try to remember. What your master's eyes were like looking at you. For Lee In-jwa, you must have been the only one who mattered. There's no time to waste. Joseon's top swordsman Kim Che-geon (Ahn Kil-kang) will take your master's life".

Kim Che-geon went out to kill Lee In-jwa to follow the order from King Sukjong (Choi Min-soo). As Lee In-jwa was stabbed by Kim Che-geon's sword, Lee In-jwa lamented, "Can't believe a king of a nation hires an assassinator". Right at the moment, Dam-seo jumped in and stood in front of Lee In-jaw to protect him. She shouted at Kim Che-geon, "You will have to kill me first before you could harm my master".

Although Kim Che-geon warned her, "You don't want to lose your precious life. Stand back", Dam-seo threw her body and sacrificed her life at Kim Che-geon's sword. Then she asked, "Please take my life and stop here once".

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