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[Spoiler] "The King of Dramas" Kim Myung-min kneels

2012/11/13 | 402 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Myung-min knelt in front of Kwon Hae-hyo.

SBS drama "The King of Dramas" showed Nam Woon-hyeong (Kwon Hae-hyo) who despised Anthony Kim (Kim Myung-min) and his dirty money lobbying, becoming the new director of S Broadcasts.

Nam Woon-hyeong decided to go over the drama organizing the moment he started his new position and said that it was important to secure transparency in dramas with good quality work, actor and actresses that are loved by the public and production environment.

Anthony Kim visited Nam and said, "I know you don't like me more than anyone else I know. I know I'm an unethical human for the ways I've lived. Give me a chance. I am begging you".

However, Nam Woon-hyeong said, "I can't let someone like you decide the future of dramas with one chance. I am not changing my mind so go".

Giving up all pride, Anthony Kim knelt down in front of Nam Woon-hyeong.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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