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[Spoiler] 'Shine or Go Crazy' Will Lee Honey be able to ally with Jang Hyuk

2015/03/16 | 845 views | Permalink | Source

On the March 16th episode of MBC's 'Shine or Go Crazy', tension was heightened with the mounting suspense as there might be a change in the relationship between Goryeo's most beautiful woman, a hidden strategist behind emperor's family, Hwangbo Yeo-won (Lee Honey) and Wang So (Jang Hyuk).

On the previous episode, Hwangbo Yeo-won confessed to Wang So about how she could not avoid being cold-blooded in the course of her life.

As Hwangbo Yeo-won revealed her inner emotion, Wang So started reflecting the tragedies that had been happening in the emperor's family, which may be an implicit sign for a new phase in the plotline.

Writers Kwon In-chan and Kim Seon-mi-I of 'Shine or Go Crazy' said " Lee Honey fully immersed herself in her role Hwangbo Yeo-won and brought up the character to life successfully with her unique low voice, which kept the viewers immersed in the story stronger".

As each layer of Hwangbo Yeo-won's bruising and heartbreaking life is being revealed and her story touches viewers' heart as such, whether or not she would be able to narrow the gap between her and Wan So is drawing attention.

'Shine or Go Crazy' is a period romance drama depicting the fateful love between Wang So who was labeled as a cursed prince in Goryeo and Balhae's abandoned princess Sinyul (Oh Yeon-seo).

 

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