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[Spoiler] 'The Girl Who Sees Smells' reveals unexpected twist about Namgoong Min's past

2015/05/13 | 1777 views | Permalink | Source

On the 13th episode of SBS Wednesday & Thursday drama, Choi Moo-gak (Park Yoo-chun) found out about Kwon Jae-hee (Namgoong Min)'s past history.

Choi Moo-gak investigated Kwon Jae-hee's past life in US through Yeom-mi (Yoon Jin-seo)'s people network. The investigation result was something totally unexpected. Chef Kwon Jae-hee was a medical school dropout from Harvard.

Choi Moo-gak reported, "Kwon Jae-hee dropped out of medical school at Harvard. He was an introverted student and it's known he worked part time jobs hard. He worked in a Japanese restaurant and showed talent in anesthesiology. He had a medical specialty aptitude test following the regular test schedule. After that, he submitted a voluntary withdrawal document".

Yeom-mi said, "The test result must have been Not Satisfactory, Then why did he become a chef though?" Choi Moo-gak replied, "Part of the job is to kill living things. Because of his desires to kill, he must have felt contradiction".

As the unexpected twist of chef Kwon Jae-hee's past history as a medical school student, the explanation on why and how he could leave the elaborate barcode on the victims' arms was revealed.

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