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[Spoiler] "Secret Garden" Hyun Bin, cries in sorrow for Ha Ji-won 'Mermaid theory real?'

2011/01/06 | 4162 views | Permalink | Source

Sad ending for Ha Ji-won and Hyun Bin's love?

The preview episode 17 has been released on the "Secret Garden" homepage.

After finding out the truth about Hyun Bin's accident that killed her father, Gil La-im (Ha Hi-won) cries out to her father repeatedly that she's sorry she's in love with him.

However, Kim Joo-won, who has no clue about her tears, calls her and she picks up still crying. Eventually, she runs out and runs into Yoon Seul (Kim Sa-rang).

It looks like Hyun Bin will also feel Gil La-im's pain. He falls into shock as he is going through old newspapers and comes across an article about Gil La-im's father who passed away on the job.

Then he takes out the Mermaid Princess book from the shelves and cries in sorrow. As the words "The Mermaid Princess disappears in bubbles" closes up on the screen, viewers worry that their love might disappear like that.

In the previous episode on the 2nd, Gil La-im finds out her father died in Joo-won's accident. With 4 more episodes to go, curiosity is drawn on what will finally happen to their love.

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