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[Spoiler] 'Doctors' Kim Rae-won saves pregnant woman, Park Shin-hye has crush on him

2016/06/21 Source

On the episode two of SBS Monday & Tuesday drama, "Doctors", Hong Ji-hong (Kim Rae-won) and Yoo Hyejeong (Park Shin-hye) spotted a pregnant woman lying down on the street. The two ran towards the woman together.

Ji-hong brought out the tools he was carrying and checked the vital signs of the woman quickly. And then he applied first aide to take care of the urgent issues. The pregnant woman vomited, which almost caused suffocation. Ji-hong performed CPR and helped her breathe again.

Ji-hong asked his father Doo-sik (Lee Ho-jae) for help so the woman could receive the urgent surgery. When Hyejeong witnessed all of these, she was touched immensely. Later, she went to see Ji-hong and told him, "You're so cool" and then she revealed that she wanted to get close to him.

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