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[Spoiler] 'Moonlight Drawn by Clouds' Jin Young draw the curtain over Kim Yoo-jung's true identity

2016/08/29 | Permalink | Source

On the Monday episode of KBS 2TV's Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Moonlight Drawn by Clouds', Kim Yoon-seong (Jin Young) helped Hong Ra-on (Kim Yoo-jung), who got discouraged after she was slapped on the face by Jo Ha-yeon (Chae Soo-bin).

Kim Yoon-seong took Hong Ra-on out to a quiet place so she could take a rest.

Hong Ra-on said, "Whenever I'm in trouble or having difficult time, you show up. How strange". Kim Yoon-seong said, "No need to explain. You call it predestined relationship".

As Hong Ra-on continued, "Do you know what I'm most thankful for to you?", Kim Yoon-seong answered, "I know. Isn't it I pretend I know nothing?"

Kim Yoon-seong said, "It's a right thing to do that one draws the curtain over thing a lady does not want to talk about". Kim Yoon-seong kept silent about that fact Hong Ra-on was a woman.

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