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[Spoiler] "The King 2 Hearts" Jo Jung-suk gets killed by Yoo Je-moon

2012/05/23 Source

Eun Si-kyeong (Jo Jung-suk) died from a bullet shot by Kim Bong-goo (Yoon Je-moon).

On the nineteenth episode of the MBC drama "The King 2 Hearts" on the 23rd of May, Eun Si-kyeong died while carrying out a mission to get rid of Kim Bong-goo, from a sudden gunshot.

Pretending to be on Kim Bong-goo's side, Eun pointed the gun at Lee Jae-ha (Lee Seung-gi) but it turns out he had revealed his location using a code. He pretended to criticize the king saying he had never supported him but then turned around and said, "I never respected him just because he was king. I respected him because he didn't know how to give up in times of despair" and pointed the gun at Kim Bong-goo.

The South and North Korean army arrived on site and Kim Bong-goo was cuffed. However, he quickly shot a gun using a split second and shot it at Eun Si-kyeong whom he could never have, right in the heart.

Eun Si-kyeong had fulfilled his services with death.

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