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[Spoiler] 'The King's Face' Jo Yoon-hee tells Lee Sung-jae she will take care of his broken heart and change his face reading

2015/01/15 | Permalink | Source

On the January 15th episode of KBS2 drama, "The King's Face", Kim Ga-hee (Jo Yoon-hee) came to see Seonjo (Lee Sung-jae) of her own accord.

Queen Uiin (Im Ji-eun) reported to Seonjo she had found Kim Ga-hee (Jo Yoon-hee), who would compensate his face reading, and let her stay in Hwayu-gwak.

On the night, Seonjo said, "Now that I have her next to me, my face reading will change and the fate of this country will become better. There would not be war any more" and he headed to Hwayu-gwak, feeling relieved.

Kim Ga-hee paid respects as Seonjo arrived at Hwayu-gwak. Seonjo asked her, "So you walked into the palace on your own feet? What changed your mind?" Ga-hee firmly responded, "I did not come here as a concubine. I am not going to be in bed with you".

It made Seonjo angry. He said, "Did you dare to tease king?". Ga-hee asked him to allow her to take care of his broken heart. Kim Ga-hee took account of the fact he could not earn the heart of his people and said, "I will help you win the heart of your people staying next to you. I will be able to change your face reading".

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