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[Spoiler] "Golden Time" the angel with the metal bag who looked after the orphan... true story

2012/07/31 Source

"Golden Time" dealt with the story of the 'metal bag angel' Kim Woo-soo who looked after orphans.

On the eighth episode of the MBC drama "Golden Time" on the 31st, there was a ruckus at the hospital when everyone found out the identity of the patient that was in the car accident who was brought in my Choi In-hyeok (Lee Sung-min).

He was only identified as a Chinese food delivery man but was later known as an angel who looked after three orphans despite his difficult situation and had received the presidential citation. Word got out to media and the nuisance patient suddenly became a savior of the hospital.

This episode reminded everyone of the late Kim Woo-soo. Despite his small salary of 700,000 Won, he supported 5 children. However, he passed away in 2009 in a car accident and saddened many. His story has been told in a movie but this was the first time in a drama.

Meanwhile, chief surgeon Kim Minjoon (Uhm Hyo-sup) bought the anger of the viewers as he tried to use the patient for his own progress.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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