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[Spoiler] "The Night Watchman's Journal" Jung Il-woo is saved by Ko Sung-hee

2014/08/19 | Permalink | Source

Jung Il-woo survived thanks to Ko Sung-hee.

On the sixth episode of the MBC drama "The Night Watchman's Journal", Lee Rin (Jung Il-woo) lived, thanks to Doha (Ko Sung-hee).

Lee Rin was attacked by assassins and fell off a cliff while trying to get away from them. Ghosts Fat Minister (Ko Chang-seok) and Song Nae-gwan (Lee Se-chang) found him but couldn't save him. Thankfully, it was Doha who could see ghosts and saved Lee Rin.

Doha asked him where he was going to go and said, "You will die if you go back in now. Ask someone you know to help you". When he walked past her without saying anything, Doha yelled, "Do you think about who you want to share your troubles with? Is it just the higher class that's able to share your concerns?"

Lee Rin said, "There's nothing like that. There's no one to help me. I want to rest, but I don't remember". Doha took Lee Rin to her residence.

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