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[Spoiler] "Cross" Jeon So-min Sees Go Kyung-pyo in a New Light

2018/02/12 | 235 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Cross", Kang In-gyoo (Go Kyung-pyo) put in his all in resuscitating a patient.

Go Ji-in (Jeon So-min) was awed when watching In-gyoo performing CPR for over two hours. In-gyoo then underwent a transplant right after that.

Go Ji-in was surprised that he would be late for surgery. However, In-gyoo said, "I wasn't late three hours, but I'm sorry I'm late".

Go Ji-in covered for In-gyoo with the other surgeons who were unhappy that he was late. She explained that he was saving a patient whose heart stopped and told In-gyoo to do well.

The surgery was a success thanks to In-gyoo and Go Ji-in watched him with a puzzled look on her face. She said, "He's hard to read. He's so bad tempered, but he's great in surgeries".

However, In-gyoo bled from his nose during surgery and Go Ji-in was worried sick. In the end, he collapsed after the surgery and she nursed him

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