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[Spoiler] "Padam Padam" Jang Hang-sun points a gun at Jung Woo-sung

2012/01/09 | 678 views | Permalink | Source

Jang Hang-sun pointed a gun at Jung Woo-sung.

On the latest episode of JTBC drama "Padam Padam... The Sounds of His and Her Heartbeats", Jina's (Han Ji-min) father Min-sik (Jang Hang-sun) pointed a gun at Kang-chil (Jung Woo-sung).

The production team for this drama revealed a still from this day's episode, showing a terrified looking Kang-chil and a determined looking Min-sik.

At the end of the previous tenth episode, Min-sik chased after his enemy Kang-chil, but lost him. Having hated Yang Kang-chil for the accident that caused his one and only sibling's death, what result this stand-off will bring is higly anticipated.

A spokesperson for the drama said, "The making of the scene happened very seriously. The actors worked hard for this scene as it is tense".

Meanwhile, "Padam Padam... The Sounds of His and Her Heartbeats" will be shown every Monday and Tuesday at 8:45PM.

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