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[Spoiler] 'Shine or Go Crazy' Oh Yeon-seo and Jang Hyuk become brothers

2015/02/03 | Permalink | Source

On the 6th episode of MBC drama, 'Shine or Go Crazy', Wang So (Jang Hyuk) and Sin-yul (Oh Yeon-seo) took a pledge of brotherhood.

Wang So said, "You know what, I think I have to make you my man. A sissy boy like you needs someone like me, who can make a strong big brother" and then he suggested they should become brothers.

And then he opened his heart saying, "Gae-bong, you're like a door to me. A bright door that opens to a new world beyond the world I know. A bright door in the dark that opens to the road I have to lead my journey on. So I'd like to keep you next to me".

At this, Sin-yul opened her heart as well and promised herself, 'Even though I couldn't be tied with you in marriage, I'd stay next to you as a brother".

Wang So was happy as Sin-yul accepted his offer to become brothers. He hugged her asking her to stay next to him forever.

After this, Sin-yul 's heart started racing like crazy, With her hands on the chest, Sin-yul was in daze for a while.

Baek Myo (Kim Sun-young-III) saw this and became worried about her. She asked Sin-yul if she had met him again.

'Shine or Go Crazy' is a period romance drama that depicts love story between Wang So, a damned prince of Goryeo and Sin-yul , an abandoned princess.

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