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[Spoiler] "Splendid Politics" Lee Yeon-hee cries at Cha Seung-won's final consideration

2015/07/20 Source

Lee Yeon-hee found out Cha Seung-won's true meaning behind the reason he gave up the throne and cried.

On the twenty-ninth episode of the MBC drama "Splendid Politics", the accession to the throne pressed on.

Gwang Hae (Cha Seung-won) sensed Neung Yang-gun's (Kim Jae-won) restoration and decided to stop down from the throne to protect those who followed him.

Gwang Hae shut away Jeong Myeong (Lee Yeon-hee) and Hong Joo-won (Seo Kang-joon), as well as some of his lords and left the palace on his own.

He had saved those who could fall into danger because of him in a situation where he couldn't stop the restoration. Jeong Myeong realized what he'd done and cried saying, "I can't let him take burden of all this!".

Gwang Hae, who'd left the palace, said to himself, "Never forget, Neung Yang-goon; this is where my people stay and face those unfair around you, then win".

Gwang Hae then spoke to Jeong Myeong, "Win Jeong Myeong. You must. Do you understand?"

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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