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[Spoiler] 'The Queen's Flower' Lee Sung-kyung rejects Yoon Park's proposal

2015/03/15 Source

"The Queen's Flower" Lee Sung-kyung rejected Yoon Park's proposal.

On the second episode of MBC's "The Queen's Flower", I-sol (Lee Sung-kyung) and Jae-joon (Yoon Park) spent good time together.

Jae-joon was drawn to I-sol's simple and honest personality and I-sol could forget about her tough daily life for short time and enjoyed the date with him.

During the date, Yoo-ra (Koh Woo-ri) called I-sol and yelled at her. She told I-sol to make things clear with him while she blamed I-sol for dating with him when I-sol was asked to guide him around. What happened is that I-sol went to the blind date with him in place of Yoo-ra.

Jae-joon of course had no idea about it and suggested they continue seeing each other sincerely. But I-sol rejected the proposal and said, "It's an unwanted blind date in the first place. It's boring and I don't want to date you". Jae-joon was shocked with the words.

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