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[Spoiler] "The King's Face" Seo In-guk embraces Jo Yoon-hee

2015/01/28 Source

Seo In-guk embraced Jo Yoon-hee.

On the twentieth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The King's Face", Gwang Hae (Seo In-guk) secretly called out Kim Ga-hee (Jo Yoon-hee), the royal concubine to Seon Jo (Lee Sung-jae).

Kim Ga-hee managed to shake off her tail and meet with Gwang Hae who knew that she'd entered the palace as Seon Jo's concubine for him.

Gwang Hae said, "You came here to protect me from Kim Do-chi (Shin Sung-rok) who made your parents deaf and blind. You have given up everything for me, but I haven't done anything for you".

However, Kim Ga-hee said, "No, become the king". He promised her he would.

Gwang Hae said, "We shouldn't meet again. If the heavens allow us, then we will reunite". He hugged her although she didn't refuse the final comforts of Gwang Hae.

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