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[Spoiler] "The Guest - Drama" Jun Moo-song Sacrifices Himself for Kim Dong-wook

2018/10/17 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of OCN drama "The Guest - Drama", Hwa-pyeong's grandfather (Jun Moo-song) spoke with the ghost that possessed his son's (Yoo Seung-mok) body. Hwa-pyeong's (Kim Dong-wook) grandfather then passed away.

Hwa-pyeong's grandfather called Choi Yoon (Kim Jae-wook) who was possessed to tell him that he was going to meet Hwa-pyeong and Hwa-pyeong immediately thought of his hometown.

Hwa-pyeong found his grandfather in his hometown just like he thought he would. His grandfather was on the run and he felt bad for his son.

However, Hwa-pyeong's father was possessed by Park Il-do. He used a weapon to keep anyone from interrupting his evil deeds.

Hwa-pyeong's grandfather said they musn't be fooled by ghosts and yelled at the ghost to leave his son. However, he passed away.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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