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[Spoiler] 'W' Han Hyo-joo saves Lee Jong-suk from death

2016/07/21 | 1026 views | Permalink | Source

On the episode two of MBC's new Wednesday & Thursday drama, "W", Oh Yeon-joo (Han Hyo-joo) again sucked into the world of web-toon while she was talking to her father, Oh Seong-moo (Kim Eui-sung) on the phone.

When Oh Yeon-joo realized the web-toon character, Kang Cheol (Lee Jong-suk) was in fatal situation, she ran to his hospital room. When a nurse was about to inject poison into his body, Oh Yeon-joo stopped her. Oh Yeon-joo yelled, "This is not antibiotic but injection to make heart stop beating" and the nurse ran away.

When Kang Cheol asked how she found out, Oh Yeon-joo just vaguely answered saying, "When I was just passing by and thought the nurse was suspicious". Kang Cheol asked her if she was Oh Yeon-joo. Oh Yeon-joo answered no.

Kang Cheol pointed out Oh Yeon-joo's name on her gown. He said, "It says Oh Yeon-joo" and "we finally met".

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