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[Spoiler] "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo" IU hugs Lee Joon-gi from behind

2016/10/18 | Permalink | Source

IU hugged Lee Joon-gi from the back as he didn't want to look at her.

On the sixteenth episode of the SBS drama "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo", Hae-soo (IU) cried because the fourth prince Wang So (Lee Joon-gi) didn't even want to look at her.

Wang So left the country after the tenth prince Wang Eun (Baekhyun) died. He was also upset at the fact that Hae-soo didn't believe him every time he looked at her.

Two years later, Wang So came back to the kingdom but he didn't look for Hae-soo. He avoided her but she pulled him into a hug from behind. She asked if he still hated her. However, he unlocked her arms and left.

Knowing how he felt about her, Wang So couldn't have her. He couldn't smile for her although he thought about their memories together. Jeong Jong (Hong Jong-hyun) pointed an arrow to Hae-soo and Wang So saved her.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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