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"Healer" preview: Ji Chang-wook vs. Yoo Ji-tae

2015/01/11 Source

Stills of Ji Chang-wook and Yoo Ji-tae show them standing together with different looks in their eyes.

The empty lot of space they are standing on is a place that was passed down to Kim Moon-sik (Park Won-sang) from his parents and was used as his friends' hangout and broadcasting station for the pirate radio he ran.

Previews of the movie show Moon-ho (Yoo Ji-tae) planning on using Jeong-hoo (Ji Chang-wook) who agrees with Moon-ho's terms for a chance to clear his father's name. The reason why Moon-ho brought Jeong-hoo to his parents' favorite hangout spot will be revealed tonight.

Srouces of the drama say, "This week is going to be a busy one as we are headed for the end of the drama. We plan on holding onto our viewers with an incredible story.

Meanwhile, "Healer" is about the struggle of modern day people whose parents left them with the struggles on the real work".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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