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[Spoiler] "Where Stars Land" Lee Je-hoon's Arm Puts Him in Danger

2018/10/30 | 192 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Where Stars Land", Lee Soo-yeon (Lee Je-hoon) had his special arm wearable spotted by Choi Moo-ja (Lee Sung-wook).

Lee Soo-yeon had been hurt wearing it and the expert told him not to wear it for a while.

However, he put it on anyway and met Choi Moo-ja. He showed him the wearable and asked for a month's time.

Choi Moo-ja headed to Kwon Hee-seung (Jang Hyun-sung) and covered for Lee Soo-yeon by reporting, "After checking with him personally, he won't have a problem standing on duty".

Lee Soo-yeon was allowed to stand duty at the airport and told Han Yeo-reum (Chae Soo-bin) how he felt about her.

Prior to taking her out on a date, he ignored what the expert said and put on the wearable.

However, an error occurred on the device and pulled his arm to a car that was parked on the street, causing tremendous power to break the windows of the car.

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