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[Spoiler] 'The Queen's Flower' Yoon Park and Go Na-eun get into heartless relationship

2015/03/22 | 841 views | Permalink | Source

"The Queen's Flower" Yoon Park and Go Na-eun jumped into a heartless relationship with each other.

On the 4th episode of MBC's weekend drama "The Queen's Flower", Park Jae-joon (Yoon Park) and Seo Yoo-ra (Go Na-eun) were forced into the relationship by each one's family as the families were hurrying to arrange a marriage between the two.

Even though the two did not have any feeling for each other, they started dating. Yoo-ra pretended she knew much about visual art in order to impress Jae-joon and lied she did not drink. Although Jae-joon was acting nice with Yoo-ra, he did not reveal any emotion.

When Yoo-ra asked "We are officially dating, right?", Jae-joon responded, "We should, right?". Jae-joon had been drawn to Kang I-sol (Lee Sung-kyung) previously when he had met Kang I-sol in place of Yoo-ra for the arranged blind date.

"The Queen's Flower" depicts a series of intense events a woman gets to experience after she meets her daughter abandoned by herself, while she only believes happiness is to become successful regardless of the methods because she herself spent unprotected childhood and betrayed by love in adulthood.

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