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[Spoiler] Kim Jae-joong realizes why he went to the past, "It was the "Man-Hole"!"

2017/08/10 | 249 views | Permalink | Source

Jae-joong realized why he was in the past.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Man-Hole", Bong Pil surrendered himself as the one who broke the mirror and not clumsy Kang Soo-jin (UEE).

Bong Pilil had become a teenager again. He told his friends he was from the future but no one believed him.

He didn't know what to do. Then, he heard a huge crash and followed the sound. Standing there was Soo-jin who stood in shock after breaking a mirror.

Bong Pil recalled what he did in his past and like his old self he told her, "You're fine", and took the blame himself.

The past mostly played on like it was supposed to, but occasionally the past was different. As punishment for breaking the mirror, Bong Pil went around the field 50 times but this time he turned 100 times. Bong Pil was surprised.

As he ran around the field, he recalled What Happened Last Night?. He said, "I sent Soo-jin home and I peed under the lamppost. It was the man-hole!"

He stood over a man-hole and cried to go back but nothing happened.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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