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[Spoiler] "The Horse Healer" Son Chang-min takes his life in front of Jeon Noh-min

2013/03/12 | 298 views | Permalink | Source

Myeong-hwan (Son Chang-min) killed himself at the grave of his long time friend, Do-joon (Jeon No-min) after confessing all of his wrong deeds.

While being taken to the place of exile, Myeong-hwan attempted to escape. He got to where Do-joon lay. He said, "I have no regrets. I had no choice".

"However, if I made a different choice, something would've changed. I guess those who are precious to me would still be around. I am only telling you this but I am hurting".

Myeong-hwan thought of the happy times he had with In-joo (Yoo Sun) and took out the needles from Gwang-hyeon's (Cho Seung-woo) case. He stabbed himself in the chest and ended his own life in front of the grave.

His son, Seong-ha (Lee Sang-woo, In-joo and Ji-nyeong (Lee Yo-won) found him dead and cried in sadness.

Source : star.mk.co.kr/new/vie...

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