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[Spoiler] "Medical Top Team" Kwon Sang-woo sees ten thousand birds

2013/10/24 | 819 views | Permalink | Source

kwon Sang-woo cried thinking about Kal So-won.

On the sixth episode of the MBC drama "Medical Top Team", Park Tae-sin (kwon Sang-woo) heard about Eun Ba-wi's (Kal So-won) real mother.

Went to where he thought he'd be able to find her mother. She was delivering food at a shabby restaurant. She told him, "I'm married and he doesn't know that I have a child. Pretend you never found me".

Park Tae-sin returned alone and found Eun Ba-wi smiling brightly at him. She gave him ten thousand origami birds and said her wish would come true. Sadly, her wish was for her mother to come back.

Tae-sin took the birds out with him saying he would count them. He put them in a glass container outside in the stairway by himself. He started to tear up.

Seo Joo-yeong (Jung Ryeo-won) saw that and carefully spoke to him. He told her, "Ba-wi's dumb. It's much more than ten thousand but she doesn't know" and started crying.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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