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[Spoiler] 'Shine or Go Crazy' Oh Yeon-seo goes on her own journey

2015/04/07 | 1178 views | Permalink | Source

Sin Yul told Wang So she would leave to the western world.

On the final episode of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Shine or Go Crazy', after the two declared love for each other, Sin Yul (Oh Yeon-seo) told Wang So (Jang Hyuk) she would leave to pursue her dream.

Sin Yul told her employees she would leave to the western world. Sin Yul said, "I'd like to meet new people and start trading in new ways". The people said, "Even prince Wang So would not be able to stop her".

Sin Yul later met Wang So and told him, "The person you should hold is not me, but all of your people out there". Wang So in surprise said, "What are you trying to say". Sin Yul responded, "I'm saying I'm going to leave you".

Sin Yul told him "As you dream on new Goryeo and new world, I myself want to pursue new dream". She was determined.

Wang So said, "If you love, don't you have to look at the same road and walk together" However, Sin Yul said, "There can be more than one road. One road can turn into two ways and the two ways become parallel and also can meet as one later".

Sin Yul finally left Goryeo embracing her sorrowful heart.

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