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[Spoiler] "The Flower in Prison" Seo Ha-joon meets Jin Se-yeon

2016/06/19 | 5001 views | Permalink | Source

Seo Ha-joon met Jin Se-yeon for the first time.

On the fifteenth episode of the MBC weekend drama "The Flower in Prison", Myeong-jong (Seo Ha-joon) met Ok-nyeo (Jin Se-yeon) for the first time.

The famine was starving the people and even the prisoners were starving to death. The country had stopped providing rice to the prison. A man named Lee Ki-joon came to check things in the prison and Ok-nyeo told him about the starving prisoners.

Ok-nyeo said, "I am young, but I have lived in this prison the longest. I know how the prison has been run. They didn't starve the prisoners even during famine. These prisoners are so poor that by what means would they get help from the outside?"

Lee Ki-joon was impressed by Ok-nyeo's boldness. Lee Ki-joon was in fact Queen Moon-jeong's (Kim Mi-sook) son Myeong-jong. He hid his identity to see how his people were doing and met Ok-nyeo for the first time.

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