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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Lee El rescues Lee Gi-kwang from being imprisoned in a mental hospital

2016/03/29 | Permalink | Source

On the second episode of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Monster - 2016", Ok Chae-ryeong (Lee El) rescued Lee Gook-cheol (Lee Gi-kwang).

On this day, Lee Gook-cheol found out that Byeon Il-jae (Jung Bo-suk) was plotting to imprison him in a mental hospital.

Ok Chae-ryeong disguised herself as a laundry maid and showed up in front of Lee Gook-cheol. Ok Chae-ryeong whispered to Lee Gook-cheol, "I came to rescue you". Ok Chae-ryeong hid Lee Gook-cheol in a laundry cart and the two sneaked out of the hospital.

"Monster - 2016" is a romance drama depicting beautiful love that blossoms in the midst of the murky circumstances surrounded by disgusting bare faces of the privileged class and a revenge by a man, who was forced to lose everything including his family and his future.

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