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[Spoiler] "Saimdang: Light's Diary" Song Seung-heon's love for Lee Young-ae on the verge of death

2017/03/16 | Permalink | Source

Song Seung-heon was stabbed by Choi Cheol-ho but he still told Lee Young-ae how much he loves her.

Saimdang (Lee Young-ae) was able to escape Hwieumdang's (Oh Yoon-ah) death threat thanks to Lee Gyeom (Song Seung-heon). However, Chi-hyeong (Choi Chul-ho) who was able to avoid death thanks to Nam Gwi-in, went after Lee Gyeom and Saimdang who knew how to make Koryeo paper. Chi-hyeong and Lee Gyeom had a sword battle and Lee Gyeom was cut in the arm.

Saimdang jumped off a cliff with Euiseong-gun right before death. Chi-hyeong ordered his men to find Lee Gyeom who left a mark on his face. Saimdang took good care of Lee Gyeom who was on the verge of death because of the wound on his arm.

When Lee Gyeom came to, he mentioned something that happened 20 years ago and told her how much he loves her. "I can stay alive forever with that memory alone". She looked at him dearly.

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