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[Spoiler] "The Horse Healer" can't be stopped

2012/12/03 Source

"The Horse Healer" is in the lead.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the nineteenth episode of the MBC drama "The Horse Healer" rated 18.0%. This is 0.9% lower than the previous episode.

Baek Gwang-hyeon (Cho Seung-woo) was sure of Hyeon-jong's (Han Sang-jin) illness.

Gwang-hyeon heard from In-joo (Yoo Sun) a medical practicer from the clinic that Hyeon-jong's vomit was green while he was under his care.

Hyeon-jong was being treated by Gwang-hyeon's prescriptions under orders of Joo-man (Lee Soon-jae). However, his conditions weren't getting better but were getting worse. Queen In-seon (Kim Hye-sun) was going to make Joo-man responsible for everything.

However, Gwang-hyeon stepped forward in front of the Queen and said, "His treatments aren't wrong".

When she didn't seem to believe him he said, "The clinic and it's treatment aren't wrong. His illness is getting better".

Meanwhile, KBS 2TV "School 2013 and SBS "The King of Dramas" rated 8.0% and 7.4%.

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