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[Spoiler] 'Punch - Drama' Kim Rae-won in enormous pain from cancer is surrounded by enemies

2015/01/26 Source

On the 12th episode of SBS drama, 'Punch - Drama', Park Jeong-hwan (Kim Rae-won) was waiting for the right timing to throw the last critical punch to Yoon Ji-sook (Choi Myung-gil) but he failed.

Park Jeong-hwan again lost to Yoon Ji-sook as she allied with Lee Tae-joon (Cho Jae-hyun). And Lee Tae-joon turned into Yoon Ji-sook's slave and came into the full action to make her Prime Minister.

Sin Ha-kyeong (Kim Ah-joong) started to investigate Yoon Ji-sook's son's draft dodging scandal so that she could catch Yoon Ji-sook along with Lee Tae-joon in one shot. The doctor who had issued the false diagnosis was on death bed so he could not remember anything of what had happened at the time.

But Park Jeong-hwan still stayed hopeful relying thinly on the phenomenon called Short-lived Reflection, which meant one can rally one's wits right before death. He asked the doctor's son to contact him in case it would have happened.

In the end of the episode, Park Jeong-hwan heard the doctor rallied his wits and he ran to the hospital. However, he fell down because of the pain due to the tumor in his brain and he failed to meet the doctor.

When Park Jeong-hwan woke up, the doctor had already died and there was a news on TV that Yoon Ji-sook had been appointed as a candidate for Prime Minister.

As Park Jeong-hwan in anger smashed the TV, it raised the tense as to how the story would progress in the next episode.

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