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Actor Ko Rescues Wounded Golfer

2007/09/21 | 717 views | Permalink | Source

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Actor Ko Joo-won, appearing in the historical drama 'King and I', transported a stranger injured in a car accident to the hospital.

Driving through heavy rain Wednesday evening on the Joongbu Highway, Ko saw a car ahead of him suddenly lose traction and crash to the shoulder.

The actor was returning to Seoul from Mungyeong, North Gyeongsang province where he had a shoot.

He immediately stopped his van and ran over to the victim. The car was nearly crushed but the female driver had no apparent injuries. Despite his filming schedule, Ko drove her to the nearby Konkuk University Hospital in Chungju in his van.

An official at his management agency said, "Ko was worried that the victim might be severely wounded. He drove her to the hospital and called her parents at which time he found out that she was a pro golfer. Wishing her a quick recovery, he left for his film set".

The golfer had passed the KLPGA semi-professional qualification this year.

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