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[Spoiler] "Nine: Time Travelling Nine Times" Lee Jin-wook saves his self in the past

2013/04/30 | Permalink | Source

"Nine: Time Travelling Nine Times" Lee Jin-wook saved his own self.

Park Seon-woo (Lee Jin-wook) saved himself in the past (Park Hyung-sik) on the sixteenth episode of the tvN drama "Nine: Time Travelling Nine Times".

Choi Jin-cheol (Jung Dong-hwan) travelled 20 years back when he got his hands on some incents. He told a killer to kill Park Seon-woo.

The killer went to find high school student Park Seon-woo and stabbed him. A scar appeared on the current Seon-woo's arm.

The current Seon-woo was on the phone with Han Yeong-hoon (Lee Seung-joon). He said in a hurry, "I think I am about to die but I don't know where".

In the preview, Park Seon-woo uses the last incense to save himself.

The current Park Seon-woo saves himself in the past and asks, "Are you alright?" The two Park Seon-woo's meet.

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