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[Spoiler] "Are You Human Too" Seo Kang-joon Goes Nuts

2018/07/16 | 773 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Are You Human Too", David (Choi Deok-moon) and Laura (Kim Sung-ryung) were worried that android Nam Sin III (Seo Kang-joon) would be destroyed when human Nam Sin (Seo Kang-joon) woke up.

David told Chairman Nam (Park Young-gyu) about this and Chairman Nam said, "Stop the kill switch in any way possible. Otherwise, you're useless too".

So-bong (Gong Seung-yeon) knew that Laura would get rid of Nam Sin III and told him they should leave and that she likes him.

Jong-gil (Yoo Oh-sung) discovered Nam Sin III's secret and told him, "That one sitting over there isn't real. He's a monster that looks like you. Are you still going to argue that you're real?" He showed him Nam Sin I.

Nam Sin broke a glass, cutting his hand and got up asking, "Have you never seen a human bleed before?"

Then he aggressively approached So-bong and said, "You like me?"

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