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[Spoiler] "The Horse Healer" Cho Seung-woo gives up nobility and gets married

2013/03/18 | 619 views | Permalink | Source

Cho Seung-woo gave up his nobility.

On the MBC drama "The Horse Healer" on the 18th, everything changed after Baek Gwang-hyeon (Cho Seung-woo) got his identity back.

His advisors claimed to the King (Han Sang-jin) that Baek was to be recommended to the civil services and the King was about to accept it.

However Baek Gwang-hyeon had no means necessary to move on and he had no intentions of using his identity to be at large and convenience.

His advisors insisted he carry on the family name and that it would be impossible to get married with Kang Ji-nyeong (Lee Yo-won).

Kang also hesitated marriage because if they had a baby it would meet the same fate as her but Koo In-ok (Choi Soo-rin) told her not to be stupid.

Baek Gwang-hyeon told her that he never changed his mind and she said, "I thought leaving you was helping you but not anymore. I have come to my sense and I want you to share your burden with me".

Baek found the King and told him he had no intentions to move up and to accept Kang Ji-nyeong as his wife. He also redid his home and turned it into a drug house.

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