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[Spoiler] "Happy Home" Lee Sang-woo tells Lee Pil-mo to set surgery date

2016/06/13 | 2240 views | Permalink | Source

"Happy Home" Seo Ji-gun warned Yoo Hyeon-ki (Lee Pil-mo) who was diagnosed with a terminal illness.

Yoo Hyeon-ki was informed of his illness on the episode of the MBC drama "Happy Home" on the 12th. Seo Ji-gun found out through a doctor friend and ran out saying, "I am going to convince him".

Seo Ji-gun found Yoo Hyeon-gi and said, "If you walk around like this, you aren't going to die from the illness but die from being hit by a car or rolling down the stairs. Have you forgotten? You are the one who sent tons of emails to me for my skills. You should trust this doctor. Go get a surgery date. There's no time".

Yoo Hyeon-ki asked, "Some people might think you're worried about me". And Seo Ji-gun said, "I don't want to remain as a piece of memory by that woman". He then gave Yoo Hyeon-ki some painkillers and said, "You're going to need this. Be careful. When Hye-ryeong finds out, you're dead".

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