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[Spoiler] 'Shine or Go Crazy' Lee Honey finds out about the marriage between Oh Yeon-seo and Jang Hyuk

2015/02/23 | Permalink | Source

Lee Honey was frantic with anger to find out about the marriage between Oh Yeon-seo and Jang Hyuk.

On the February 23rd episode of MBC's 'Shine or Go Crazy', Hwangbo Yeo-won (Lee Honey) ordered someone to drug Yang Gyoo-dal (Heo Jung-min) in order to uncover the truth about Sin-yul (Oh Yeon-seo)'s past through her brother, Gyoo-dal.

Gyoo-dal, who was feeling hazy due to drug spit out the truth, "Sin-yul and Prince Wang So got married five years ago. At the time, Prince Wang So hid the fact he was a member of the imperial family. Although they met again five years later, Prince Wang So could not recognize Sin-yul".

And then he also said, "So that means our Yul is the first wife and Hwangbo Yeo-won is his second wife".

As Hwangbo Yeo-won heard what was discovered, she exploded with anger. She brandished her sword and said holding back her anger, "It means they had a secret marriage. If the emperor or Wang Sik-ryeom would find out about it, what if they would find out".

'Shine or Go Crazy' is a romance drama depicting the love story in palace between the cursed prince of Goryeo and the abandoned princess.

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