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[Spoiler] "The Great Seer" Ji Sung and Park Min-ji

2012/10/18 | 790 views | Permalink | Source

A weird atmosphere surrounded Ji Sang and Banya.

Ji Sang (Ji Sung) saved Banya (Park Min-ji) from danger on the episode of the SBS drama "The Great Seer" on the 18th.

When Banya was at risk of being taken away by the royal forces because of him, Ji Sang thought about a solution for a while and approached her. He got close to tears and pretended to be a younger brother saying, "Sister, you have come a long way!"

When the royal forces had their guards down for a second, Ji Sang ran away with Banya but she was cold towards him so he was about to leave but it started raining and he couldn't bear the thought of her standing in the rain so he went back to her.

Later on, Ji Sang made a small fire in a cave with Banya and dried her wet shoes.

The two fell asleep next to each other together. The next day, Ji Sang bought new shoes for Banya and foresaw a ray of romance.

Meanwhile, a seer on the street predicted that Banya would cry a lot and hinted that their romance wasn't going to be easy.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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