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[Spoiler] "My Strange Hero" Yoo Seung-ho Witnesses Kwak Dong-yeon's Fall to Death

2018/12/17 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "My Strange Hero", Kang Bok-soo (Yoo Seung-ho) and Oh Se-ho (Kwak Dong-yeon) fought over Son Soo-jung (Jo Bo-ah).

Kang Bok-soo had returned to Seolsong High School for the first time in 9 years and headed to the roof. He recalled something that happened 9 years ago.

Kang Bok-soo and Oh Se-ho fought over Son Soo-jung. Kang Bok-soo said, "Don't you feel pity for her?" and Oh Se-ho answered, "Why is she pitiful? I think I'm the most pitiful in my life!" Oh Se-ho stepped on the edge of the roof and he said, "I'm just going to jump so everything will be over". Then he jumped.

Kang Bok-soo tried to save him by holding onto his necktie, but Oh Se-ho begged him to let go. Kang Bok-soo lost hold of the necktie and he fell to his death. Son Soo-jung was terrified by what she'd seen.

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