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[Spoiler] Yunho dies, Kim Sung-ryung's bitter tears

2013/03/12 | 859 views | Permalink | Source

SBS drama "Yawang" Yunho didn't survive.

Do-hoon (Yunho) died after being in an explosive accident on the episode of "Yawang" on the 12th.

Do-hoon found out his beloved Da-hae (Soo Ae) had almost caused his family danger and had been threatening his sister Do-kyeong (Kim Sung-ryung). He was furiously enraged when he was in the accident. This accident was actually for Ha-ryu (kwon Sang-woo) as she planned it but the victim became Do-hoon instead.

Do-hoon fell into a coma and Do-kyeong took care of him but he couldn't make it through and passed away. Right before he was gone, she was able to hear his son call him "Mother" when she had only been able to call him her brother all this while.

When Da-hae found out about the death of the last man who loved her truly, she murmured, "Sorry" and shed a tear. However, that didn't stop her from counting the days until she could take revenge on Baek Hak.

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