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[Spoiler] Gwang-hyeon overcomes obstacles

2013/03/20 | 273 views | Permalink | Source

Cho Seung-woo from "The Horse Healer" became a physician.

Baek Gwang-hyeon (Cho Seung-woo) managed to cure the King (Han Sang-jin) and became a physician.

Gwang-hyeon did honors by saving the king. Although that was so, Gwang-hyeon wasn't able to become a royal physician because of his standing, Myeong-hwan's (Son Chang-min) plot and he never managed to complete the course let alone sit for the exams.

However, he didn't stop. When he was asked by the king if it upset him he said, "I am satisfied with your health". The King said, "You are no fun. You need to argue with me and ask what's going on?"

Later, the King orders a reward to be given to those who took part in his operation. Many think that this is Gwang-hyeon's best chance to stand where he should be.

However, the King thought highly of his abilities and not his rank and made him a physician. He told a surprised Gwang-hyeon, "I plead you to take care of us, Doctor Baek".

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