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[Spoiler] "The King Loves" Hong Jong-hyun tells Yoona, "You're my master's lover"

2017/08/08 Source

Qinglin (Hong Jong-hyun) couldn't tell Eun-san (Yoona) how he felt about her.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "The King Loves", Qinglin asked King Won (Im Si-wan) to stop his wedding and said, "There's nothing I can do". His servants told him that stopping the wedding from happening would be disobeying the king's orders.

However, King Won headed to Panbusa's house. He asked about the fortune they had, and named them all. He then asked Panbusa if they had been threatened.

King Won told Eun-san he wanted to stop her wedding and that he wanted to keep her away frim him.

Eun-san was walking by herself in secret while Qinglin followed her.

Eun-san asked who he was and he revealed that he was the third son.

Eun-san asked, "Let me ask you, you weren't on speaking terms with me as I am just a servant, but why?" Qinglin replied, "You're my master's lover" with tears in his eyes.

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