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[Spoiler] 'Blood' Ku Hye-sun starts research to help Ahn Jae-hyun whose self-control has weakened

2015/03/23 Source


Ku Hye-sun started doing medical research for Ahn Jae-hyun.

The March 23rd episode of KBS' "Blood" showed Ri-ta (Ku Hye-sun) getting worried about Ji-sang (Ahn Jae-hyun) whose self-control was becoming weak.

Ri-ta went to Hyeon-woo (Jung Hae-in) and asked about Ji-sang's symptoms. Hyeon-woo opened up about Ji-sang's weakening power to suppress his symptoms and also about Ji-sang's parents.

When Ji-sang came in, Ri-ta warned him he should call her from now on in case his strength of self-control would go down. Ji-sang questioned why he should. As Ri-ta responded "Don't try to argue", they bickered at each other.

Ri-ta returned home with the resources on the medication she obtained from Hyeon-woo and started doing research about it further.

"Blood" is a fantasy medical drama depicting the adventures and romance by a vampire doctor.

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