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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Sung Yu-ri saves her life thanks to Park Ki-woong

2016/07/19 | Permalink | Source

The episode 34 of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Monster - 2016" showed how Oh Soo-yeon (Sung Yu-ri) saved her life thanks to Do Geon-woo (Park Ki-woong).

On this day, Oh Soo-yeon fell unconscious and was kidnapped by Byeon Il-jae (Jung Bo-suk)'s subject, Oh Choong-dong was instigated by Byeon Il-jae to kill Oh Soo-yeon and make it look like a suicide.

Luckily, Do Geon-woo saw Oh Soo-yeon's car at the moment and started following Oh Choong-dong. Oh Choong-dong did not notice Do Geon-woo was following him and pushed Oh Soo-yeon off a bridge into the river.

Do Geon-woo jumped into the water and dragged her out of the water. However, Oh Soo-yeon was still unconscious.

Do Geon-woo tried to resuscitate her using chest compression but it did not work. So he gave her mouth to mouth CPR. And Oh Soo-yeon finally started breathing and woke up.

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