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[Spoiler] "The Horse Healer" Cho Seung-woo saves Kim Hye-sun

2013/03/11 | 580 views | Permalink | Source

Cho Seung-woo saved Kim Hye-sun who was nearly dying.

On the forty-sixth episode of the MBC drama "The Horse Healer", Baek Gwang-hyeon (Cho Seung-woo) operated on Queen In-seon, (Kim Hye-sun) who became even sicker than before, thanks to Lee Myeong-hwan's (Son Chang-min) trick.

As her life was at risk, Gwang-hyeon dug out the infected area right away. However, the Queen was near exhaustion due to Myeong-hwan's treatment of opium and drugs.

Despite the successful surgery she stopped breathing. Everyone thought she was dead and started crying. However, Gwang-hyeon told the court lady for a hairpin and hit hard on the Queen's wound. Everyone was in terror but the Queen started breathing again and opened her eyes.

Meanwhile, the King (Han Sang-jin) was furious with Myeong-hwan and ordered him to be found saying, "He will never be forgiven if his crime is true".

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