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[Spoiler] "Oh My Geum-bi" Heo Jung-eun, "Don't remember me too long when I die"

2017/01/04 Source

Oh Ji-ho ad Heo Jung-eun talked about death.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Oh My Geum-bi", Geum-bi (Heo Jung-eun) started getting curious about death. She experienced death in a coffin and even made up a play about death for those young patients who were afraid of death.

Mo Hwi-cheol and Ko Kang-hee were worried about Heo Jung-eun and found a specialist. However, the specialist thought highly of Heo Jung-eun who was willing to face death with a positive attitude. Geum-bi thought about her friend Eun-soo and asked the specialist, "What should I do about a friend who is afraid of death?" and the specialist told her, "It would be nice if you explained it to her through a story or a picture". Geum-bi suggested they did a play for her and Mo Hwi-cheol didn't like it but invited Eun-soo's father to the play.

After the play, Geum-bi told Hwi-cheol, "Even if I don't remember later, I don't want you to make me go through the pain of surgery and such things. If I die, don't cry a lot and don't remember me for too long". Hwi-cheol cried as he said "I don't make promises I can't keep".

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