‘Flowers that bloom at night’ Lee Ha-nui calls Lee Jong-won “rude” Ilgal..the side of the widow’s story is [Oh!Shen Point]


[OSEN=Reporter Jang Woo-young] Lee Ha-nui of ‘Flowers That Bloom at Night’ gave a warning to Lee Jong-won.

In MBC’s new Friday-Saturday drama ‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’ (written by Lee Saem, Myeong-in Jeong, directed by Tae-yu Jang, Jeong-in Choi, and Chang-woo Lee), which aired on the 19th.

Jo Yeo-hwa, who escaped the threat of a horde of pirates with the help of Su-ho Park, criticized Geum Wi-yeong for saying that she would step forward and investigate, calling it “rude.” Jo Yeo-hwa said that it was against etiquette for a widow to even talk to men on a mountain path, and she discouraged Park Soo-ho by mentioning the repercussions that would arise if he started investigating the group of pirates in Geumwiyeong.

In this process, the relationship between Yeon-seon (Park Se-hyun) and Park Yoon-hak (Lee Ki-woo) and Park Yoon-hak’s identity were also revealed. When Park Soo-ho passed away, Cho Yeo-hwa said, “I don’t want to see you again.” Park Soo-ho said, “It didn’t look dangerous at all. “It seems like he was trying to help a group of pirates,” he said, unable to shake off his suspicions.

When Park Yoon-hak heard that Jo Yeo-hwa was the first daughter-in-law of Seok Ji-seong (Kim Sang-joong), he said, “They say she had an older brother, but they say she got married alone by blood. “To make matters worse, on the morning she got married, her father died and she became a widow without even seeing his face,” she said, explaining her story of becoming a widow and a wealthy woman. /elnino8919@osen.co.kr

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