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[Spoiler] 'Healer' Ji Chang-wook resumes his action as Healer to save Yoo Ji-tae

2015/02/03 Source

Ji Chang-wook had to resume his activities as Healer to save Yoo Ji-tae, who was kidnapped.

On the 18th episode of KBS Monday & Tuesday drama, "Healer", with the help from Chae Yeong-sin (Park Min-young), Seo Jeong-hoo (Ji Chang-wook) started making efforts to live an ordinary life as a news reporter for Someday.

However, in the end of this episode, Kim Moon-ho (Yoo Ji-tae) was kidnapped by Kim Moon-sik (Park Sang-won).

Seo Jeong-hoo realized what was going on and decided to resume his action as Healer. Seo Jeong-hoo asked Jo Min-ja (Kim Mi-kyung) to locate Kim Moo-sik's cellphone and jumped in his car and started driving.

For Seo Jeong-hoo who was going to start living an ordinary life as well as for Kim Moon-ho, whose brother was an enemy for him, it wasn't easy to reveal the truth and find a normal happy life. It heightened tension as to whether or not Seo Jeong-hoo will be able to save Kim Moon-ho.

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