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[Spoiler] 'Healer' Ji Chang-wook's double life as clumsy junior news reporter

2014/12/29 Source

Ji Chang-wook confirmed the identity of the person who had asked him to investigate Park Min-young. On the 8th episode of KBS2 drama, "Healer", Ji Chang-wook was successful in obtaining Moon-ho (Yoo Ji-tae)'s phone number by pretending like a clumsy beginner news reporter.

As Moon-ho took over the company, the vibe in the company changed. They started focusing on finding the evidences of Yeon-hee's case. The news reporters worked accordingly. As a result, Yeong-sin (Park Min-young) had to go through a training to conduct interviews, which separated Yeong-sin and Jeong-hoo for the time being. Yeong-sin thought "I cannot put him in charge fully", but she could not persuade Moon-ho.

Jeong-hoo acted like a clumsy junior news reporter to assure Moon-ho and obtained his phone number. He talked to Min-ja (Kim Mi-kyung) to find out what Moon-ho and Moon-sik (Park Sang-won) were up to. As they also found out the conflict between Moon-ho and Moon-sik, it created curiosity about how the story would unfold in the next episodes.

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