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[Spoiler] "Rooftop" Park Yoo-chun realizes who Han Ji-min is

2012/05/03 | Permalink | Source

Park Yoo-chun realized who Han Ji-min was.

On the thirteenth episode of the SBS drama "The Rooftop Prince" on the 2nd of May, Chosun Prince Lee Gak (Park Yoo-chun) found out who Park Ha (Han Ji-min) was.

On a beautiful sunny day, the two wash bed sheets together at the rooftop house. Lee Gak asked, "Why didn't you tell me Se-na was your sister?"

Park Ha explained, "She's my step sister from when my father got remarried. She didn't want anyone to know that. It's nothing big". Lee Gak and Park Ha started talking about what had built up in their hearts and resolved things.

Lee Gak was shocked when he saw Park Ha standing behind the washed bed sheets, hanging them on the laundry line. With her face half covered behind the sheets, she looked exactly like Boo-yong, his sister-in-law from the Chosun times. She turned out to be the reincarnation of Boo-yong from 300 years ago.

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