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[Spoiler] "Feel Good To Die" Kang Ji-hwan panics in the first time loop

2018/11/21 | Permalink | Source

Kang Ji-hwan panicked at the first time loop by disregarding Baek Jin-hee.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Feel Good To Die", Baek Jin-sang (Kang Ji-hwan) didn't believe Lee Roo-da (Baek Jin-hee).

Baek Jin-sang saw a vision of his death in Lee Roo-da's time loop and asked her what happened but when she told him about the time loop, he didn't believe her.

Lee Roo-da yelled, "Baek Jin-sang die!" to make him experience it himself and Baek Jin-sang was petrified. However, when nothing happened, he got mad at her and said, "Did you just tell me to die? I won't let you get away with this".

However, the ground gave off at his feet and he 'fell to death' and the time looped back to morning. Baek Jin-sang was shocked that it was 'today' and not 'tomorrow'.

Baek Jin-sang recalled Lee Roo-da telling him, "You go through it and see how dumbfounding it is to have your day loop itself".

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