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[Spoiler] Kwak Dong-yeon cries over sister's suicide

2014/01/23 | 1340 views | Permalink | Source

On the fourth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Inspiring Generation", Sin Jeong-tae (Kim Hyun-joong / Kwak Dong-yeon) passed out into unconciousness after being stabbed on his first job.

Sin Jeong-tae had to get money for his sister Sin Cheong-ah (Ji Woo). He managed to get on the train and jump down. However, he ran into smugglers who were waiting for him and was stabbed.

Cheong-ah realized that she was a burden to her brother and jumped off the cliff. Sin Jeong-tae woke up 3 days later to find that his sister was dead.

He got to the cliff where she jumped off and cried. He had done a job to protect her but he didn't understand what she was thinking. She was now dead and he cried in sadness.

Meanwhile, "Inspiring Generation" is based in Shanghai, China in the 1930s about the love, friendship, patriotism and passion of youths starring Kim Hyun-joong, Im Soo-hyang, Jin Se-yeon and more.

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