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[Spoiler] "Nine: Time Travelling Nine Times" Lee Jin-wook dies in the past in the hands of Jung Dong-hwan

2013/05/08 | 439 views | Permalink | Source

"Nine: Time Travelling Nine Times" Lee Jin-wook died in the past.

Park Seon-woo (Lee Jin-wook) was trapped in the past in the eighteenth episode of the tvN drama "Nine: Time Travelling Nine Times".

Park Seon-woo used the last incent to travel to the past and return everything to normal. Everything he tried to protect were put back into place safely and Choi Jin-cheol (Jung Dong-hwan) was put on disciplinary action.

Choi Jin-cheol felt this in reality. He said, "It's not over" and at the same time, Choi Jin-cheol in the past found Park Seon-woo in a telephone booth.

The past Choi Jin-cheol drove a car towards Park Seon-woo. The phone booth crumpled and Park Seon-woo looked at him covered in blood.

At the end of the episode, Park Seon-woo hung his head and his hands limped as if he died.

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