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[Spoiler] 'Splendid Politics' Han Joo-wan to Lee Yeon-hee, "Please say thanks instead of sorry"

2015/09/15 Source

On the September 15th episode of MBC's "Splendid Politics", Kang In-woo (Han Joo-wan) asked Princess Jeongmyeong (Lee Yeon-hee) to say thanks to him instead of sorry.

Jeongmyeong was trying to arrest In-woo's father Kang Joo-seon (Jo Sung-ha) while her group was confronting with him. In-woo smiled bitterly saying, "I wish he was not my father". Jeongmyeong said, "I'm sorry. I've always been feeling sorry to you. I asked you to come along with me all the way through this difficult journey".

In-woo responded, "No, don't say those words. Haven't I told you before? I do not want to hear sorry from you" and "Because I do not want to regret with what I myself chose to do. Please say thanks to me from now on whichever circumstances may arise".

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