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[Spoiler] "Faith" Kim Hee-sun saves Lee Min-ho with CPR

2012/08/27 | 1411 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Yeong (Lee Min-ho) who tried letting go of his own life came back to life thanks to Yoo Eun-soo (Kim Hee-sun) on the SBS drama "Faith" on the 27th.

Choi Yeong who was unconscious from blood poisoning met his father in his dreams and confessed he couldn't forget the woman who hung herself after being taunted by King Chunghae. He thought of the times he spent with her and refused to wake up.

Eun-sii tried everything she knew but still couldn't revive him back and she was anxious and frustrated. Jang Bin (Lee Philip) said he didn't look like he had the will to live.

Yoo Eun-soo told Choi Yeong, "I can tell you lived a bad life in this bad world but this isn't right. Everyone lives" but his heart stopped.

Eun-soo hurriedly tried doing CPR but it didn't beat again. Although Jang Bin tried to stop her she said, "You can not leave me here and die from my stabbing. You told me to stay next to you and that you'll protect me" and didn't stop CPR.

Maybe her pleads were heard. When her tear fell on his cheek the ice that froze him broke off and he came around to again.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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