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[Spoiler] "Hundred Million Stars from the Sky" Do Sang-woo and Seo Eun-soo Pass Away

2018/10/25 | Permalink | Source

Jang Woo-sang (Do Sang-woo) rammed into Baek Seung-ah's (Seo Eun-soo) car on the latest episode of the tvN drama "Hundred Million Stars from the Sky".

Jang Woo-sang went after the car Baek Seung-ah and Kim Moo-yeong (Seo In-gook) were in and ended up in an accident. Jang Woo-sang died immediatelyand Baek Seung-ah was in critical condition. Kim Moo-yeong was nowhere to be found.

On the other hand, Yoo Jin-kang (Jung So-min) got a call that Baek Seung-ah was in an accident and the man who was with her died. She was suspicious about this accident and told her brother Yoo Jin-gook (Park Sung-woong) something wasn't right. She told him about Kim Moo-yeong and checked at the hospital, but there was no one under that name.

Four days after the accident, Baek Seung-ah died to. Yoo Jin-kang was devastated and told Kim Moo-yeong she never wanted to see him again.

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