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[Spoiler] 'Yong Pal' Joo Won asks Kim Tae-hee to stop taking revenge

2015/09/17 | 1050 views | Permalink | Source

On the 14th episode of SBS Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Yong Pal", Kim Taehyeon (Joo Won) asked Han Yeojin (Kim Tae-hee) to stop murdering people.

When Kim Taehyeon found out that it was Han Yeojin who killed President Go (Jang Gwang), he sensed that she would also kill Lee Hojoon (Jung Woong-in). Kim Taehyeon asked Han Yeojin to stop. He said, "Can you do me a favor please. Stop taking revenge. Don't touch Section chief Lee."

Kim Taehyeon continued on, "I know you're thinking about killing him". Han Yeojin responded, "This is for us. Someone who calls himself a doctor confined a woman in a hospital for three years. And he in the end cut the carotid artery of the woman who could not even resist".

Han Yeojin again made it clear she would not give up. She said, "I'm a king of crocodiles. If I would reveal my week side even if it's tiny little bit, they'll try to drag me down and rip me off. I should make them be afraid of me. You're in this together. It's your destiny, because you're my heir".

Kim Taehyeon said, "What you're doing is not justice. It's a murder. It will create another revenge and it will get worse". Although Han Yeojin was still furious, she postponed her plan to kill Lee Hojoon.

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