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[Spoiler] 'Healer' Unveiling relationship between Ji Chang-wook and Park Sang-won

2014/12/15 Source

The nature of bad relationship between Ji Chang-wook and Park Sang-won is being unveiled little by little.

On the 5th episode of KBS2 drama, "Healer", which was aired on December 15th, Jeong-hoo (Ji Chang-wook) was thrilled to find a photo of the five friends of pirate radio broadcast in Myeong-hee (Do Ji-won)'s room.

Jeong-hoo figured out the one who had branded him as a murderer was the Jeil News and the person who had asked him to find Yeong-sin (Park Min-young) was Moon-ho (Yoo Ji-tae), younger brother of the Jeil News' owner. At this discovery, Jeong-hoo started to shadow Moon-ho (Yoo Ji-tae).

Jeong-hoo was bold enough to sneak in Jeil News's owner, Moon-sik (Park Sang-won)'s house finally and happened to see a photo in Myeong-hee's room, which was the photo showing the five friends of pirate radio broadcast.

He was thrilled to find the photo and said, "You know what, my life has been all right, nothing special. My idea was like let's just live since I was born. But I think it's going to be real interesting from now on".

It is because Jeong-hoo had the same photo in his room. One of the five friends in the photo was Jeong-hoo's father. The story of "Healer" has become more intriguing.

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