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[Spoiler] "My Spring Days" Choi Soo-young's health at stake; a sad ending, perhaps?

2014/10/16 | Permalink | Source

Choi Soo-yeong was taken to the hospital.

On the twelfth episode of the MBC drama "My Spring Days", Lee Bomi (Choi Soo-yeong) seemed ill.

Lee Bomi cried in front of her parents who were against her seeing Kang Dong-ha (Kam Woo-sung). The next day, Bomi had trouble breathing. A headache followed and from that she knew something was wrong.

The symptoms continued later on; Bomi wondered if her nose was stuffy.

On the way to meet Kang Dong-ha, Bomi couldn't breathe and had to be taken to the hospital. When Joo Sena (Ga Deuk-hee) worried about her, she said, "It's happened before. Don't worry".

Kang Dong-wook (Lee Joon-hyuk) took a look at her and said she was going to be alright. Bomi told him, "Don't tell Dong-ha. It's not a big problem, right?" However, her symptoms started to get worse.

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