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[Spoiler] "Cross" Can Go Kyung-pyo Save His Patient?

2018/02/06 | 189 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Cross", Kang In-gyoo (Go Kyung-pyo) was about to report an illegal organ harvest, but instead fell into the trap himself.

In-gyoo was taken somewhere and put into an ambulance. A little girl who reminded him of his sister was laying there. They ordered him to remove her organs, but when he had the chance, he sprayed his kidnapper with gas, took the girl, and ran.

He fell while he was running, but he made sure she was still with him and said, "Don't worry I'll keep you safe. I won't leave you alone again".

He cleared the mountains and he jumped onto a truck. He called Go Jung-hoon (Cho Jae-hyun) and headed for Sullim Hospital.

In-gyoo put her in the ER and prepared for surgery, but her heart was stopped. He pushed aside Go Ji-in (Jeon So-min) and Son Yeon-hee (Yang Jin-sung) and performed CPR himself.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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