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[Spoiler] "Life" Lee Kyu-hyung Has Serious Disease

2018/08/21 | 300 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the JTBC drama "Life", Lee Noh-eul (Won Jin-ah) looked up Ye Seon-woo's (Lee Kyu-hyung) files.

She opened the file that he had been hiding from the hospital and found out he was suffering from blood clot syndrome.

Joo Kyeong-moon (Yoo Jae-myung) suggested to Ye Seon-woo that he took some time off work and take care of himself, but Ye Seon-woo said, "That's probation, not treatment".

Joo Kyeong-moon tried to convince him otherwise, but Ye Seon-woo was firm in his decision.

Lee Noh-eul was surprised to see the files and ran to Joo Kyeong-moon right away. She asked him questions about his condition and he replied that Ye Seon-woo was not going to be able to control his illness soon enough. All they could do was delay the inevitable.

Joo Kyeong-moon added, "His blood flow has become slower. When the blood clots block the blood vessels, he's going to have to amputate his legs".

Lee Noh-eul couldn't tell anyone about this and cried by herself in the car.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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