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[Spoiler] "The Legend of the Blue Sea" Park Jin-joo the food tray lady, "No eating~"

2016/12/01 | 2442 views | Permalink | Source

Park Jin-joo transformed into the food tray lady in the sixth episode of the SBS drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea".

Sim Cheong (Jun Ji-hyun) thought being in the hospital meant 'living' there. Jo Nam-doo (Lee Hee-joon) tried to explain it to her but she already thought she was 'married' to all the people in the hospital.

The doctor suspected her mentality and ordered for her MRI to be taken. Sim Cheong watched the foot tray lady give out meals.

It was Park Jin-joo and she didn't like the way Sim Cheong was interfering with her job. She told Sim Cheong she was on a fast but Sim Cheong yelled, "Thank you for fasting!" Park Jin-jo stayed calm and said, "You're on a fast. That means you're not eating. You might go under surgery so you need to standby on an empty stomach".

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