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[Spoiler] "Time of Miracle: Loss Time" Bong Tae-gyu cries out for Son Dam-bi

2016/02/10 | Permalink | Source

Bong Tae-gyu cried over the unconscious Son Dam-bi.

On the KBS 2TV entertainment drama "Time of Miracle: Loss Time", Dal-soo (Bong Tae-gyu) cried at the sight of his unconscious sister Dal-hee (Son Dam-bi).

Dal-soo is a secluded outsider who doesn't leave his room. He heard Dal-hee pass out outside of his room and called 911 but he couldn't open the door for them.

The 911 rescuers yelled at him to open the door but he yelled back, "I can't open the door so just break down the door!". Dal-hee was taken to the hospital but Dal-soo beat himself and cried.

"Time of Miracle: Loss Time" is about a group of people who die suddenly but get additional time at the last moment of their lives.

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