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[Spoiler] "The Flower in Prison" Jin Se-yeon might fail the kitchen maid test

2016/05/09 Source

Jin Se-yeon might fail the kitchen maid contest.

On the fourth episode of the MBC weekend drama "The Flower in Prison", Ok-nyeo (Jin Se-yeon) failed the kitchen maid test.

Grown-up Ok-nyeo has always dreamed of being a kitchen maid. At the test, she said, "I was born and raised in a prison. I also lived there as a maid. It's always been my dream since I was young".

Yang Dong-goo (Lee Bong-won) said, "I've heard about an intelligent girl from the prison and that is you". "I can memorize the Kyeongguk rules and I can speak the Ming Dynasty language too, but I failed the test",

Ok-nyeo asked why she was dropped and Park Tae-soo (Jeon Gwang-ryeol) said, "You are good enough to be a spy. Don't think about being a kitchen maid anymore. There is another way to investigate your mother's death".

At the end of the drama, Ok-nyeo was on her way to run errands when she was suddenly attacked by strangers,

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