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[Spoiler] "Master's Sun" Gong Hyo-jin lived with Lee Chun-hee for 3 years

2013/09/26 | 1705 views | Permalink | Source

On the fifteenth episode of the SBS drama "Master's Sun", Tae Gong-sil (Gong Hyo-jin) went to meet Yoo Jin-woo (Lee Chun-hee).

Yoo Jin-woo asked, "Do you remember me?" as soon as he saw her and she said, "I know you. I've seen you in my dream before".

Yoo Jin-woo said, "Not just a dream. You were next to me in a 3-year long dream".

"I found you first when you were lost in the mountains. Your soul came and told me. While you were in the hospital your soul didn't leave. We were together for 3 years".

He then took out a book with pictures showing all of the places they'd been together. Tae Gong-sil returned home and fell into deep thought. She couldn't make up her mind if it was Joo Joong-won (So Ji-sub), the man who can't see or hear the things that she can, or Yoo Jin-woo.

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