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[Spoiler] "The Night Watchman's Journal" Jung Il-woo kisses the antidote to Ko Sung-hee

2014/10/14 | Permalink | Source

Jung Il-woo kissed Ko Sung-hee.

On the twenty-second episode of the MBC drama "The Night Watchman's Journal", Lee Rin (Jung Il-woo) personally fed Doha (Ko Sung-hee) the antidote.

Lee Rin succeeded in finding the atlas in Seokgwangsa, but was in danger of being tracked down by Park Soo-jong (Lee Jae-yong-I) and Sadam (Kim Sung-oh). However, Doha used her supernatural powers to get herself up and saved Lee Rin.

However, she lost consciousness again; she'd drank poison to threaten Sadam. As she was in fatal condition and couldn't take the antidote, Lee Rin chewed on the antidote himself and fed it to her, mouth to mouth.

As he did so, Moo Seok (Yunho) and Jo Sang-heon (Yoon Tae-young) turned their heads and Song Nae-gwan (Lee Se-chang) smiled shyly.

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