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[Spoiler] 'Scholar Who Walks the Night' Cold-blooded vampire Lee Soo-hyuk was in love with Kim So-eun

2015/09/09 | Permalink | Source

'Scholar Who Walks the Night' Lee Soo-hyuk was in love with Kim So-eun.

On the 19th episode of MBC's Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Scholar Who Walks the Night', the fantasy romance among the guardian vampire Kim Seong-yeol (Lee Joon-gi), the bookseller, who disguised herself as a man, Jo Yang-seon (Lee Yoo-bi), Crown Prince Lee Yoon (Changmin), the evil vampire Gwi (Lee Soo-hyuk), the noble lady Choi Hye-ryeong (Kim So-eun), gisaeng Soo-hyang (Jang Hee-jin) continued.

On this day, Gwi set up a trap in order to catch Lee Yoon, who was as the King as well as the head of the black robe group. Gwi announced that he would execute the Queen in front of public. This made Lee Yoon show up in the palace and the Queen Hye-ryeong chose to die in place of Lee Yoon by having her back stabbed by Gwi.

Gwi could barely handle the sorrow next to the corpse of Hye-ryeong, the woman who was always next to him. Gwi said, "I did not want to kill you this easily. I wanted to keep you next to me for hundreds of years, no thousands of years and make you hate me forever".

Gwi talked into the empty air, "Who would cast the cold smiles at what I do now. Who else. Answer me". Gwi grabbed Hye-ryeong's cold hand.

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