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[Spoiler] "The Legend of the Blue Sea" Lee Ji-hoon-I kills himself, "Hate that Hwang Sin-ae is my mother"

2017/01/19 | 4150 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Ji-hoon-I committed suicide.

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea", Heo Chi-hyeon (Lee Ji-hoon-I) killed himself.

He was arrested for attempted murder after shooting at Cheong (Jun Ji-hyun). He took some medication in the toilet while he was under arrest and collapsed.

Kang Seo-hee ran over to him in the middle of investigations. Heo Chi-hyeon said, "It's no use calling 119. I hate that she's my mother". He died.

Heo Joon-jae heard about this from the police and he said, "He's so irresponsible".

Meanwhile, Ma Dae-yeong had told Heo Chi-hyeon, "I don't know why I lived my life like this. I wish you didn't live it like this. I don't know who you are, but I wish you didn't live like that". The two were father and son in the past life and things didn't end up too well for them in the present life.

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