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[Spoiler] "Master's Sun" So Ji-sub recovers memory

2013/09/25 | 2052 views | Permalink | Source

Joo Joong-won (So Ji-sub) from the SBS drama "Master's Sun" recovered his memory of Tae Gong-sil (Gong Hyo-jin).

Joong-won couldn't help but be concerned about Tae Gong-sil even when he lost his memory. However, Tae Gong-sil had sealed his memory in her necklace so he failed to recover.

Joong-won had a hard time getting back his memory and rubbed his chest saying, "It's bitter. It's not even bitter anymore but it hurts to think about her".

Joong-won got a hint from the woman who signed a contract with Gong-sil. She hinted, "You can get your memory back. Just think about what you lost when you woke up".

Joong-won found Gong-sil just in time to see her about to throw away the necklace and said, "Are you sure you don't need your shelter?"

Joong-won said, "I know your life is hell without me. I didn't need to be in your world either. I didn't want to remember things but I didn't have a choice".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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