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[Spoiler] 'Age of Youth' Park Hye-soo gets injured while trying to rescue Han Seung-yeon

2016/08/26 | 1169 views | Permalink | Source

On the Friday episode of "Age of Youth", Park Hye-soo got her hands injured while she was trying to rescue Han Seung-yeon.

The housemates went out to rescue Jeong Ye-eun (Han Seung-yeon), who was kidnapped.

The housemates went ahead searching to find Jeong Ye-eun's ex-boyfriend Ko Doo-yeong (Ji Il-joo) and they ended up at Ko Doo-yeong's officetel. They knocked on the door then charged into Ko Doo-yeong's place. Ko Doo-yeong threatened them with a knife.

Yoo Eun-jae (Park Hye-soo) thought, 'It's been really strange. This really doesn't make sense, doesn't feels realistic' and shouted at Ko Doo-yeong, "Stab me, you stab but it won't kill me". Ko Doo-yeong brandished the knife at Yoo Eun-jae.

Source : www.tenasia.co.kr/arc...

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