Wang So doesn’t have any easy path…and he’s the King.
Scarlet Heart Ryeo Episode 19 Recap
King Wang So (Lee Joon Gi) wants to talk to Hae Soo (IU) but she’s not interested in returning to her stifling room. Wang So tells her not be upset because of Chae Ryung. He notes Chae Ryung was never sincerely her friend. But Hae Soo’s memories of moments with Chae Ryung tells her otherwise. She tells Wang So that Hae Soo was sincere with her and that’s all that matters. Wang So asks if Hae Soo trusts Chae Ryung more than him. Hae Soo has always had trust issues with Wang So. Hae Soo tells him she wants to leave the palace. She can’t take it anymore. That doesn’t sit well with Wang So who calmly states she can never leave him.
Wang So stares at Hae Soo’s empty bed and the pretty gown that is carefully folded.
Queen Yeon Hwa ponders Wang So’s offer – reject her family and he’ll make their son the Crown Prince. That’s not a hard choice for Yeon Hwa, she wants her son to be the next King.
Hae Soo gives Ji Mong money to give to Chae Ryung’s family. She assures Ji Mong that the King won’t object to her fulfilling her friend’s last request. When Ninth Prince Wang Won (Yoon Sun Woo) enters the room, Hae Soo stares daggers at him. She announces that Chae Ryung is dead. Wang Won has a minimal reaction. Hae Soo seethes that he should care because Chae Ryung died because of him. Wang Won calls her crazy. Hae Soo promises that he’ll regret his actions one day. Wang Won calls her a haughty mistress. Hae Soo doesn’t like that.
Wang So summons Hae Soo and tells her he’s going to make her his royal concubine which will garner her respect and status second only to the queen. Just like Royal Concubine Oh. Hae Soo doesn’t care about the titles. She wants to leave the palace regardless. Wang So takes her hands and reminds her how long it took them to get together. He doesn’t want them to implode now. Hae Soo pulls her hands from his. Wang So stares at her in disbelief.
Team Evil, now Team Evil Duo, is comprised of Eighth Prince Wang Wook (Kang Ha Neul) and Wang Won. Wang Wook wonders what Wang So is planning. He decides hunting with Wang So might get him answers. To that end, Wang Wook decides to present Wang So with a hunting hawk. Wang Won recommends taking away Wang So’s support from Baek Ah. Wang Won says because of Woo Hee it will be easy to break the bond between Wang So and Baek Ah. I knew this was coming, but I’m not going to like watching it.
Thirteenth Prince Baek Ah (Nam Joo Hyuk) tries to convince Woo Hee to meet his mother. That conversation is ended when Woo Hee sees her kinsmen lashed to pole with signs that they don’t pay taxes. You can see the fury rise in her eyes.
Wang Wook presses Wang So to protect the powerful families who have been attached by Woo Hee’s Baekje kinsmen. Wang So doesn’t want to involve soldiers, because it will get bloody. Wang So is reminded that he must protect the families. He agrees to send soldier only armed with wooden weapons. Wang So says he wants to avoid bloodshed this early in his reign. Wang Wook lays the trap by suggesting Baek Ah lead the soldiers. Ji Mong and Wang So are surprised by the suggestion. Ji Mong counters that Baek Ah has no military experience. Wang Wook counters that Baek Ah is well liked and intends to marry a Baekje woman. Wang Wook suggests that Baek Ah is being influenced by the Baekje. Wang So calls that slander. Wang Wook calls it rumors.
But Baek Ah wants the role. He doesn’t like that his relationship with Woo Hee has caused Wang So grief. Wang So believe he should intervene personally. Baek Ah states he must do this and stop the powerful families from controlling Wang So’s future decisions. Baek Ah assures Wang So that he’ll be safe and return. Somehow, I don’t think Baek Ah will be able to keep that promise.
Rats, Baek Ah and Woo Hee go the bath. Recall this was where Wang Eun and his wife spent their final happy moments together. Baek Ah admits he’s concerned about his mission. Woo Hee and Baek Ah promise to marry once he returns. Baek Ah declares that Woo Hee is his eternal companion. Awk, tears! Woo Hee wishes she weren’t Baekje. She thinks she’s his companion. They kiss. 11 minute screenshot.
Baekje people read the King’s edict. They won’t be harmed and those pressed into slavery will be freed and returned to their homes. They won’t be discriminated against. They will become citizens. The Baekje leader calls the King’s edict a pack of lies. He incites them to raise the hammers and axes against the lies.
Baek Ah prepares to lead the palace guard to the Baekje. Fourteenth Prince Wang Jung (Ji Soo) brings armor for his clueless brother. Baek Ah chides him for returning to the palace as he could be executed for treason. As Wang Jung puts the armor on Baek Ah he reminds him that he foretold Wang So would put him in a position that would lead to his death. Wang Jung is mad he wasn’t asked forgetting that he wasn’t around. Wang Jung looks like a man and Baek Ah looks like a boy in that moment. It is obvious that Baek Ah is not prepared for this role. Baek Ah asks if Wang Jung got Hae Soo’s hairpin. Wang Jung confirms this. Baek Ah says the second part of Hae Soo’s message was “I want it”. Wang Jung is surprised. Baek Ah confirms that Hae Soo desperately wants it. Baek Ah doesn’t know what Hae Soo is asking for. Wang Jung doesn’t inform him. Baek Ah asks Wang Jung to continue to be Hae Soo’s friend. Baek Ah says he doesn’t know what will happen to him. Baek Ah asks Wang Jung to support Wang So. Not interested in that, Wang Jung asks where Woo Hee is. Baek Ah says he told her not to come. Wang Jung wishes him well and strides away.
Baek Ah notices the palace guard staring at something. Following their gaze, he sees Woo Hee on the high wall that has a banner asking for unification that will include the Baekje. Baek Ah runs to intercept her. The Baekje people see their princess on the wall and beg her to be careful. As Baek Ah nears Woo Hee, she orders him to stop. He begs her not to jump. She tells him to turn around so he doesn’t witness her death. Why is jumping the only option for Woo Hee? Baek Ah turns and sees Woo Hee deliberately fall to her death. While she falls Woo Hee thinks “I thought I could ignore it and live my life. I was willing to deny my parents. But I can’t turn my back on my people. I will pay for their sins with my lie. Baek Ah, I love you. You are my only companion”. Baek Ah weeps and screams his grief, Hae Soo sinks to her knees when she hears, Wang So stands stunned, and the Baekje fall to their knees. I don’t get why Woo Hee believed suicide was her only option.
Baek Ah looks at drawings he made of Woo Hee and recalls their moments together. Hae Soo sits beside him. She tells him not to destroy him so he won’t forget Woo Hee. He blames himself for pushing Woo Hee to deny her heritage. Baek Ah declares he was proud of himself for loving this orphan woman. But he was selfish and wrong not to see how Woo Hee felt. Hae Soo tells him that Woo Hee was selfish to reject their open loving hearts. Baek Ah realizes that Wang So knew about Woo Hee. He doesn’t look happy at the realization.
Wang So tells Baek Ah he’s concerned for him. Woo Hee demands to know if Wang So made a deal with Wang So for the edict to treat the Baekje fairly. Wang So states he did not know she would die. He said he wrote the edict because Woo Hee said it was the way to keep Baek Ah safe. Only then did Wang So find out that Woo Hee was a Baekje princess. Wang So declares the edict was the only option he could see to save Baek Ah’s life. He declares Baek Ah’s importance. Baek Ah believes Wang So but can’t easily accept what has happened. With tears in his eyes, Baek Ah says being near Wang So is difficult. Ouch! Another rejection from a trusted person. Wang So begs Baek Ah not to do this. Baek Ah says he failed to protect Wang So. He wishes Wang So well. He calls him Brother. Awk, tears! He leaves not responding to Wang So calling his name. Wang So sinks to the throne.
Yeon Hwa waits for Wang So in her bed chamber. He asks if she’s sure about her choice. She confirms it. They stare at each other.
Wang Wook brings a draped bird cage to Wang So. In front of the ministers Wang Wook declares that he’s brought a hawk for Wang So so he can hunt. Wang Won pipes up that Wang Wook is proving his brother affections. The drape is removed and a dead bird is revealed. Everyone is stunned. Wang So asks Wang Wook why he brought him a dead bird. Did Yeon Hwa have something to do with this? Flustered Wang Wook declares he doesn’t know how the bird died. Wang Won turns on Wang Wook and declares that since he personally transported the bird, the blame and the insult to the King rests on his shoulders. Bam! Did Wang Won have the bird killed? Wang So asks if Wang Wook is cursing the King. Wang So asks if Wang Wook is committing treason. The minister shout that Wang Wook is committing treason. Wang Wook is blindsided. Quickly he gets on his knees and claims he’s been framed. He’s right about that, but it doesn’t matter. Wang So smiles the smile of revenge. Wang So states if it is treason, Wang Wook will pay with his life. Wang Wook stares at the menacing smile of Wang So and knows he’s in big trouble.
An upset Queen Hwangbo tells Yeon Hwa that Wang Wook has been framed and may be killed. Yeon Hwa says that she heard Wang Wook made a blunder that cannot be forgiven. Queen Hwangbo tells Yeon Hwa to save Wang Wook. Yeon Hwa refuses. Ha! I love it! Queen Hwangbo can’t believe it. Yeon Hwa declares she can’t cover up Wang Wook’s mistake. Queen Hwangbo is livid at Yeon Hwa’s lack of caring. Honey, you raised her to be selfish, just like you. By the way, Wang Wook is as selfish as you are too! Yeon Hwa tells her mother she’s the Queen. She doesn’t want Wang Wook to die, but they have to look at the big picture. Bam! Throw your mother’s words in her face! Yeon Hwa tells her mother to let her go. Queen Hwangbo can barely restrain her rage. Yeon Hwa glides out of the room.
Wang Wook is on his knees before an empty throne.
Hae Soo asks Wang So to forgive Wang Wook. You’ve got to be kidding me. Nope, this is totally Hae Soo. I must not lay my logic on top of Hae Soo. She declares Wang Wook was framed. She begs for his life. She falls to her knees. Going down next to her, Wang So tells her not to injure her knees and asks her to rise. Hae Soo says she knows that Wang So killed the hawk to frame Wang Wook. She reminds him that he promised not to kill his brothers. Wang So looks into Hae Soo’s eyes and she is surprised to see the confirmation. Wang So states that Wang Wook killed Wang Yo and Wang Eun, Wang Wook forced Baek Ah to leave the palace, and Wang Wook tried to split them up. Hae Soo says Wang So that karma will bite him if he kills Wang Wook. She warns him that people will realize it could happen to them too and consider Wang So the enemy. Hae Soo pleads with him not to be reminded as the bloody monarch. Bitterness lacing his words, Wang So agrees to let Wang Wook live but he banishes him to his hometown where he can never leave. Wang So declares that Wang Wook’s greed for the throne will earn him suffocation in his house. Hae Soo recoils at his hate filled words. Wang So stands and muses that this is a much better punishment. He laughs. Hae Soo stares at him in horror.
Wang Wook tries to leave his home but the palace guards block him.
Hae Soo plucks flowers at the bath. Yeon Hwa sweeps in. Hae Soo offers her sympathy for Wang Wook’s punishment. Yeon Hwa admits that she wanted Wang Wook to be King and pushed him to reach for the crown. She admits she pushed him too hard. Yeon Hwa says she wasn’t the one that changed the heart of her brother. She says Hae Soo changed Wang Wook’s heart from soft to hard. Hae Soo is shocked. Yeon Hwa says that Wang Wook shared Hae Soo’s warning against Wang So. Hae Soo can’t believe that single sentence changed Wang Wook. Yeon Hwa states Wang Wook believed Wang So would be king after Hae Soo told him that. Yeon Hwa says it crushed Wang Wook that Hae Soo acknowledged another man. Yeon Hwa glares at Hae Soo “I pressured him but you were the hammer that pounded him.” Hae Soo recalls Wang Yo’s dying words to her “You started everything. I decided to become King because you covered Wang So’s scar”. Hae Soo recalls her warning to Wang Wook to be careful of Wang So. Hae Soo has another red tinged vision of Wang So. She utters “it was my fault”. Yeon Hwa agrees and spits that Wang Wook’s transformation into someone she no longer recognizes it all Hae Soo’s fault. With tears in her eyes Yeon Hwa declares “You ruined everything, yet you still live without shame”. Great scene! Look, Hae Soo has tipped the balance between the brothers, that cannot be denied. But Wang Wook made all those choices himself. He let hatred fill his heart. Same thing with Wang Yo. He had hate in his heart. He did the terrible things during his reign all on his own. But Hae Soo won’t see the obvious truth and instead will take responsibility for what she revealed but did not cause. There are two scapegoats in this series, Hae Soo and Wang So. Everyone want to blame them for just about everything.
Hae Soo remembers happy times with the princes. She wonders if it was all her fault. She has heart palpitations and clutches her chest.
While Wang So poses for a portrait, Wang Jung strides into the King’s chambers. Wang So comments that Wang Jung must want to die because he’s ignoring his ordered exile. Wang Jung states he need Wang So’s consent. In person was the only way to have this conversation. He offers a scroll that he says is a decree from Wang Yo, the former King. Bam! Here we go! Ji Mong gives Wang So the scroll. Both brother sneer at each other. Wang So reads the scroll words “I consent to the marriage between Wang Jung and Hae Soo”. Bam! Wang So declares it is a fake edict. He tosses it to the ground. Ji Mong picks it up. Wang Jung states that Wang So became King without an edict. Wang Jung tells Wang So to confirm that hand writing as Wang Yo’s. Wang So declares he won’t allow Hae Soo to marry him. Wang Jung counters that the King’s approval is all he needs. Wang So says that Hae Soo is his woman. He tells Wang Jung to stop this now. But Wang Jung won’t stop. He declares that Hae Soo isn’t a wife or royal concubine. She can marry him. Wang Jung declares the King’s minister know that he’s requesting approval to marry Hae Soo right now. Wang So clenches his fist in anger. Wang So starts to tell Ji Mong to punish Wang Jung for break the exile order but Wang Jung interrupts and says Hae Soo wants to marry him. Wang So stares at him, completely stunned. Wang Jung tells Wang So to talk to Hae Soo for confirmation.
Little does she know…Hae Soo smells soaps blissfully ignorant of what is coming. Wang So strides in and gets straight to the point. Wang Jung wants to marry Hae Soo. Wang Jung has an edict from Wang Yo consenting to the marriage. Wang So demands to know if Hae Soo knew about the edict. Hae Soo asks when Wang Jung received the edict. Wang So states it was when Wang Jung return from battle a hero. Wang So says that Wang Jung is claiming she wants to marry him. With confidence Wang So states that can’t be true. He’ll declare the edict a fake. Hae Soo says “I want it”. Wang So stares at her in surprise. Calmly Hae Soo states that revoking an edict could cause him to lose the throne. Hae Soo says when they couldn’t have each other, they only thought about being together. Hae Soo admits the longing was painful. But now with daily contact she’s grown to dislike and sometimes despise him. Wang So repeats “you despise me”? Hae Soo says it’s better they let each other go while there is still love between them. Wang So refuses. He gives her a look that brooches no argument and strides away. Good scene! Hae Soo is calm and clear. But that doesn’t matter. She promised him loyalty forever. Wang So can’t let her simply walk away.
Wang So sits alone on his throne. Yeon Hwa barges in upset that he’s willing to ignore a king’s edict. She can’t believe she showed her loyalty by throwing Wang Wook and her family away, but he’s showing loyalty only to Hae Soo. Calmly Wang So states he’ll never let Hae Soo go. Yeon Hwa warns him that he may want to throw away the throne but she won’t let it happen.
Wang Wook sits alone. He recalls Hae Soo finding him kneeling in front of the throne. Ironic that he’s kneeling for mercy just like she did once. But he turned his back on her while she tried to help him. Hae Soo tells him that the King won’t kill him. Wang Wook warns her that people could suspect her of collusion. But he knows she cares nothing for him. Hae Soo declares she would have made the same request for anyone in his shoes. Bam! Wang Wook swallows that bitter pill. Hae Soo urges him to give it up. He must leave the palace to escape the misery. He must acquiesce. Wang Wook stares at her as she swishes away. He stares at the throne he’ll never sit on and grimaces in pain. Nope, I don’t feel sorry for him. He made this bed. He must lie in it.
Yeon Hwa sneaks into the room and tells Wang Wook she needs his help. She’s something isn’t she?!
Wang Wook approaches the King and Queen in his chamber. Wang So asks what Wang Wook has to tell him. He notes he’s only allowing Wang Wook to speak with him because Yeon Hwa begged him to. Wang Wook tells Yeon Hwa to step outside. Unnerved, Yeon Hwa doesn’t want to leave, but must. Ha! I love it! Before she goes, she asks Wang So to listen to Wang Wook. Looking at Wang So with purpose, Wang Wook states he must confess something about his relationship with Hae Soo. That surprises Wang So. Wang Wook says there’s something Wang So doesn’t know about Hae Soo. Wang Wook states that he and Hae Soo promised each other they’d marry. Wang So looks at Wang Wook in fury and asks if he wants to die. Wang Wook declares long before Hae Soo and Wang So got together, Hae Soo was his person. Bam! Nice choice of words! Wang So inwardly reels. So Wang So didn’t know this. I thought he did. I can’t believe that Wang So who ferreted out many secrets, missed this one.
Little does she know…Hae Soo is blissfully ignorant of what is coming. Wang So approaches her and declare now he knows why she was willing to go to her knees to save Wang Wook. Hae Soo is stunned. Wang So asks Hae Soo to confirm what Wang Wook told him. Did she promise to marry Wang Wook? Hae Soo confirms this. Stunned Wang So asks Hae Soo to confirm her former love that she never identified was Wang Wook. She confirms this. Wang So recalls the puzzle pieces that should have told him about the relationship between Wang Wook and Hae Soo. Desperately Wang So begs Hae Soo to lie and says Wang Wook is a liar, then they can right their relationship. Hae Soo invokes the “truth zone”. Wang So reels and demands to know how he could hurt him like this? With tears, Wang So utters that Wang Wook was always in her heart. She takes his hand. He pulls away and tell her not to touch him. Wang So declares he will never see her again. Wang So walks away pain evident on his face. Hae Soo falls to the floor stunned at what just happened. She cries.
Hae Soo bids the court ladies goodbye. She smiles serenely.
Ji Mong tells Wang So that sacrifice is necessary to protect the throne but sending Hae Soo away will make Wang So lose himself. Wang So counters that he didn’t throw Hae Soo away, she threw him away.
Baek Ah offers Hae Soo tea before she departs the palace. He tells her that if he’d known about Wang Yo’s edict to marry Wang Jung, he wouldn’t have helped her without questions. Hae Soo admits she didn’t know about the edict either. She only knew the Wang Jung guaranteed a way to leave the palace. Baek Ah knows she doesn’t want to marry. He urges her to refuse. Hae Soo agrees she doesn’t want to marry. But there is no other way to leave the palace, so she will marry. Baek Ah declares their friendship precious. Hae Soo echoes his sentiment. She urges him not to wallow in grief. Baek Ah hoped things would work with Wang So. Hae Soo states they can’t overcome the past pain. Wang Wook arrives. Baek Ah tells him to leave. Hae Soo tells Baek Ah it is okay.
Wang Wook approaches. Hae Soo thanks him. Wang Wook admits he didn’t do it out of the kindness of his heart. Hae Soo states that is Wang Wook didn’t know she wanted to leave the palace, he wouldn’t have outed their relationship to Wang So. Wang Wook declares Wang Jung will treat her well. He wishes her well. He’s glad this is a clean break. He tells her to forget the past and concentrate on the future. Wang Wook draws a shuddered breath trying to get a grip on his emotions. He tells Hae Soo that he thinks she understand him and if so, there is nothing to be sad about. She smiles. He clasps her shoulder like he did long ago. He tells her to go. He hugs her. He says “Forget us. Forget everything. This life is over”. He steps back and smiles. She smiles. He walks away.
Hae Soo stares at the palace.
Wang So stares at Hae Soo’s empty room. He holds the robe.
Hae Soo thinks “If I had not met him, I would not yearn for him. If I did not know him, I would not think of him so much. If we had not been together, I would not have to disappear. If I did not treasure him, I would not have so many memories. If I did not love him, we would not need to throw each other away. If we had not been face-to-face, we would never had been together. Perhaps if I had not met you…”
As the pain of losing the woman he loves overtakes him, Wang So cries. Can he really let her go?
Our couple implodes. I shake my head that it was Wang Wook’s revelation of their past relationship that was the last straw. That was unsatisfying because I find it unbelievable. What do I think about the end of the leading couple? It was inevitable. I became almost numb to their drama. Wang So was clear from the beginning that he wanted Hae Soo. When he realized he cared for Hae Soo he told her. Hae Soo didn’t want Wang So romantically and faithfully loved Wang Wook for too long. Our couple had happiness for 3 episodes (14, 16 and 17). That’s not enough. Wang So deserved better than Hae Soo gave him. I feel sorry for him. I feel more pity than empathy for her.
Hae Soo (IU) leaves Wang So to marry Wang Jung. Hae Soo didn’t know Wang Jung had the edict when she said “I want it”. But he did and it opened the door to her freedom. Wang Wook pushed the door open wide when he told Wang So about his past relationship with Hae Soo. When Wang So confronted her, Hae Soo could only admit the truth. Her relationship with Wang Wook was her choice. She fixated on Wang Wook for a ridiculous amount of time. She ignored Wang So for a ridiculous amount of time. All these were her choices. She didn’t fully trust Wang So. Her fear of Wang So becoming the bloody king paralyzed her. Leaving the palace was her choice. In the end, Wang So was right, Hae Soo rejected him more than he rejected her.
King Wang So (Lee Joon Gi) lost the love of his life. He was honest about his feelings for Hae Soo from the beginning. His candor cost him again and again as his enemies used her to hurt him. I have a hard time accepting that Wang So did not know that Wang Wook was Hae Soo’s love interest. The puzzle piece montage clearly showed Wang Wook’s personal interest in Hae Soo. I wish the writer had chosen something else to implode our couple with. Wang So doesn’t look smart in this scenario. Wang So is smart. He’s aware of the truth of the palace yet we are supposedly to believe he didn’t know this. I’ll stop ranting.
Wang So stands practically alone with only Baek Ah nearby but yet removed from Wang So. Only Ji Mong is close to Wang So now.
Do I accept Wang So’s actions without recrimination? Yes, I do. Wang So is fair even when he’s ruthless. Everyone acts shocked by his choices but they all watched Wang Yo do much worse. Wang So has always gotten the short end of the stick. Hae Soo didn’t trust him. His power-hungry brothers hurt him. His mother hated him to the bitter end. I like Wang So. I respect Wang So. I feel empathy for the hardships life has dealt him.
Eight Prince Wang Wook (Kang Ha Neul) imploded Wang So and Hae Soo. He meant to hurt Wang So and he succeeded. That’s been his life for years. I enjoyed Wang Won turning on him. I enjoyed Wang So framing him. Poetic justice. He deserved it. His last scene with Hae Soo was good. There was a glimmer of the old Wang Wook. She accepted him for who he was even when he was horrible.
Fourteenth Prince Wang Jung (Ji Soo) used to edict to marry Hae Soo. Wang Jung stood up to Wang So and demanded Hae Soo’s hand in marriage per the edict. That was a strong scene for Wang Jung. It was lovely to see Wang Jung stand by Baek Ah and fret about him leading the palace guards on a mission. That was loving. Wang Jung’s disdain for Wang So is undeserved.
Thirteenth Prince Baek Ah (Nam Joo Hyuk) watched Woo Hee die. Baek Ah had the sorrow of Woo Hee dying in his arms. I disagree with her choice to jump off the wall. She wanted to spare Baek Ah? She plotted against Baek Ah’s father and Wang So while spying for Wang Yo. She kept this to herself. But she reached the end of her rope even though the King promised to save her kinsmen. Whatever. What matters is that Baek Ah is still alive. He didn’t die. That makes me happy. He’s a sweetie and I like him a great deal.
Ninth Prince Wang Won (Yoon Sun Woo) turned traitor on Wang Wook. He deserves the same treatment next episode. He’s scum.
Here we are, only 1 episode to go. The series could have ended with this episode and I’d be okay with it. If the final episode is satisfying, I’ll be happy to rescind that. What’s my wish list for the final episode?
Wang So. Can Wang So be happy without Hae Soo? I don’t know. My wish for Wang So is to find happiness in his children. I don’t see how he can achieve romantic happiness. Hae Soo is the love of his life.
Hae Soo. My wish for Hae Soo is contentment with Wang Jung. He cares for her and will protect her. Will she die in the past? Was being sent from the future a one-way trip?
Baek Ah. My wish for Baek Ah is finding another woman to love. Woo Hee was okay but he can do better.
Wang Jung. My wish for Wang Jung is contentment with Hae Soo. I’d love him to appreciate Wang So but don’t think that’s possible.
Yeon Hwa. She bears Wang So a son.
Wang Wook. He lives in isolation the rest of this life.
Wang Won. He dies.