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[Spoiler] "The Joseon Shooter" Lee Joon-gi and Nam Sang-mi kiss goodbye

2014/07/03 | 789 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Joon-gi and Nam Sang-mi kissed goodbye.

On the fourth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Joseon Shooter", Park Yoon-kang (Lee Joon-gi) was chased down as a rebellious child after his father Park Jin-han (Choi Jae-sung) died and was called a law-breaker.

Yoon-kang's father was shot dead by Choi Won-sin and was accused of being a law-breaker. Yeon-ha (Kim Hyun-soo) was taken away to be enslaved and Yoon-kang was going to be executed if he was caught. Soo-in (Nam Sang-mi) struggled to help him run.

Yoon-kang and Soo-in had to part ways in the end. Yoon-kang told her, "I wanted to be with you every day. I wanted to talk with you every night. That was a dream I never had. It's only going to remain a dream now".

Soo-in made him promise to stay alive and kissed him goodbye. However, Yoon-kang was shot and Soo-in cried out in terror.

Meanwhile, "The Joseon Shooter" is about the generation's last swordsman becoming a shooter and the peoples' hero. It is produced by Kim Jung-min-XII, which stars Lee Joon-gi and Nam Sang-mi, who both reunite for the first time in 7 years.

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