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[Spoiler] "The Greatest Love" Cha Seung-won's heart surgery? Spoiler revealed

2011/06/20 | 2275 views | Permalink | Source

The result of Cha Seung-won's heart surgery was revealed by the production.

According to the preview of the 15th episode of MBC "The Greatest Love", Dok Go-jin (Cha Seung-won) transforms into an even more special person after having taken rest from somewhere overseas. His surgery had succeeded and he had become even more popular.

On the previous 14th episode, Cha Seung-won underwent surgery faster than expected. Only having a 10% survival rate, Dok Go-jin waited for Goo Ae-jeong but she only arrived later as she was on air.

Not being able to see Dok Go-jin who was in surgery, Goo Ae-jeong just cried outside and sang "Heart Beat" by the National Girls.

According to the preview, Dok Go-jin becomes an even greater man as the 'man of miracles' and reunites with Goo Ae-jeong as well as 'Ding Dong' Hyeong-kyu (Yang Han-yeol).

Those who have seen the preview spoiler say, "The upgraded Dok Go-jin looks fun", "Thank God he's alive", "I wish Goo Ae-jeong isn't worried", "He is the man or miracles", "So proudly spoiler revealed" and more.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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