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[Spoiler] "Three Days" mourns over Sewol sinking

2014/05/01 | Permalink | Source

"Three Days" mourned over the Sewol ship.

"Three Days" ended on the 1st with sixteen episodes.

President Lee Dong-hwi (Son Hyun-joo) struggled to stop Kim Do-jin (Choi Won-young) from blowing up the town of Yangjinri.

Lee Dong-hwi met with Kim Do-jin with bombs in his trunk to protect the people of Yangjinri. Kim Do-jin didn't know this and pressed the detonator, killing himself. Lee Dong-hwi thought about the bodyguards who died to save him and held onto his life.

Meanwhile, when the drama was over there was a message at the bottom of the page saying, "We weren't able to express our grief due to the drama but now we will return as watchers and mourn over the lost ones".

Coming up next is "You're Surrounded" starring Cha Seung-won, Lee Seung-gi, Go Ara, Oh Yoon-ah, Ahn Jae-hyun, Sung Ji-ru, Park Jung-min and others on the 7th of May.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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