"Faith" Lee Min Ho Accused of Treason by Yoo Oh Sung
By Staff Writer | August 29, 2012 02:02 AM EDT
Lee Min Ho fell into Yoo Oh Sung's traps and was accused of treason.
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Ki Chul tells Choi Young, played by Lee Min Ho, "If you fix Kyung Chang King's disease, we'll believe that the doctor was sent from heaven." Choi Young was then given the task of escorting Eun Soo to the former king, who is currently exiled.
When he sees the young and exiled king, Choi Young excitedly shares a greeting but realizes that the king to whom he owed his loyalty was in despicable situations. The King was being plagued by tumors in his ears. Eun Soo believes that because it has been spreading, the tumor must be malignant and says that in order to do anything about it, a surgery is really needed. And even if the surgery was to succeed, he needs chemotherapy.
Choi Young tells her that he cannot leave his house because he is being exiled. If he steps out, he will be breaking the law. Choi Young sets out of the place, volunteering to get the tools needed for surgery and the eastern medicine doctor Jang Bin, played by Philip Lee.
However, soon men get in Choi Young's path. The assassins were sent by Ki Chul and included Hwa Soo In, played by Shin Eun Jung. Believing that the former King is in danger, he takes Eun Soo and Kyung Chang Prince out and decides to get away together.
However, as Choi Young tries to fight off the assassins, soldiers from the palace arrive. They say that he is under arrest for treason but the assassins then turn their backs and start to attack the soldiers. They pretended to be members of Choi Young's side, even deepening the circumstances of his supposed treason. This was what Ki Chul wanted.
Choi Young was left shocked and confused that he was being framed for treason by Ki Chul and his assassins.
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