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

2014/09/23 | Permalink | Source

Ko Sung-hee saved Jung Il-woo.

On the sixteenth episode of the MBC drama "The Night Watchman's Journal", Doha (Ko Sung-hee) saved Lee Rin (Jung Il-woo) who was almost dead.

Sadam (Kim Sung-oh) held hands with Park Soo-jong (Lee Jae-yong-I) to bring down the royal family. Sadam started to manipulate Lee Rin with a ghost. Lee Rin was possessed by this ghost and tried to hold hands with Park Soo-jong. He tried to kill Jo Sang-heon (Yoon Tae-young) and Moo-seok (Yunho) as well.

Moo-seok managed to defeat Lee Rin but he wasn't recovering from the evil ghost. Jo Sang-heon who was a night watchman said, "Only the Thousand Years Flower can save him. The flower we have here has been poisoned by evil and only the most powerful shawoman can purify it".

Doha prayed with all her powers and successfully purified the flower. She saved Lee Rin and when he woke up, he kissed her in gratitude.

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