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[Spoiler] 'Healer' Park Min-young mistakes Ji Chang-wook for murderer

2015/01/27 | 2635 views | Permalink | Source

On the 16th episode of KBS drama, "Healer", Chae Yeong-sin (Park Min-young) witnessed Seo Jeong-hoo (Ji Chang-wook)'s crisis.

Chae Yeong-sin was shocked to find Seo Jeong-hoo's father, Seo Joon-seok was a suspect for the case of her father, Oh Gil-han's death. Seo Jeong-hoo promised he would clear the false accusation on his father, Seo Joon-seok. Seo Jeong-hoo went to see ex-police officer, Park Dong-cheol, who recorded Seo Joon-seok's statement.

Although Park Dong-cheol told Seo Jeong-hoo he had the tape with Seo Joon-seok's statement, he was actually going to trade with Kim Moon-sik (Park Sang-won) over the tape and Seo Jeong-hoo.

Choi Myeong-hee (Do Ji-won) eavesdropped Kim Moon-sik talking on the phone and asked Kim Moon-ho for help.

Jo Min-ja (Kim Mi-kyung) became aware of the situation and called police. Kim Moon-ho along with Chae Yeong-sin ran to Seo Jeong-hoo, but it was too late. It was after Kim Moon-sik's subjects had already killed Park Dong-cheol and had run away from the spot.

While Seo Jeong-hoo was with Park Dong-cheol to hear his last dying words, he encountered Chae Yeong-sin, but he had to run away to avoid police. Chae Yeong-sin found Park Dong-cheol dead and mistook Seo Jeong-hoo for a murderer. 

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