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[Spoiler] "Save Me" Ok Taecyeon sneaks into Seo Ye-ji's house

2017/08/20 | 263 views | Permalink | Source

"Save Me" Ok Taecyeon, Lee David and Ha Hoe-jung set out to save Seo Ye-ji.

On the latest episode of the OCN drama "Save Me", Sang-han (Ok Taecyeon) couldn't help but think about the signal and decided to save Sang-mi.

Meanwhile, Dong-cheol (Woo Do-hwan) ran into the gangsters that he got in a fight with while handing out pamphlets.

Another time, Dong-cheol was smoking when he witnessed a man abusing a woman and tried to help her. However, Dae-sik stopped him from getting involved with anything bad. Still, Dong-cheol broke the abusive man's car and at the same time, Sang-hwan got to the place where Sang-mi was.

Jeong-hoon and Man-hee appeared when he was trying to jump her wall but Sang-mi's father (Jung Hae-kyun) heard the alarm ring and approached them.

Meanwhile, "Save Me" can be seen every Saturday and Sunday on OCN.

Source : www.topstarnews.net/d...

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