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[Spoiler] "The Horse Healer" Kim So-eun still has a crush for Cho Seung-woo

2013/02/04 Source

"The Horse Healer" Kim So-eun cried again because of Cho Seung-woo.

MBC drama "The Horse Healer" showed Seo Eun-seo (Jo Bo-ah) telling Princess Sook-hwi (Kim So-eun) that Baek Gwang-hyeon (Cho Seung-woo) was still alive.

Sook-hwi said, "Why won't he show if he's live" as she felt relieved and worried about him.

She told Court Lady Gwak (Ahn Yeo-jin), "I didn't know love when I was 12. But i do now. The warm wind I've been waiting for is blowing but that's not me. I'm not the flower that will bloom in the wind".

She means the wind as Gwang-hyeon and the flower as Kang Ji-nyeong (Lee Yo-won).

She knew that Baek Gwang-hyeon and Kang Ji-nyeong liked each other and she told her that he was alive but was shocked to find out that she already knew.

Meanwhile, Lee Myeong-hwan (Son Chang-min) was shocked to hear that Baek Gwang-hyeon was alive.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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