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[Spoiler] "Two Lives One Heart" Go Soo Angry at Uhm Ki-joon

2018/10/11 Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Two Lives One Heart", Park Tae-soo (Go Soo) struggled to find a match for his mother Oh Jeong-ae (Lee Duk-hee).

Park Tae-soo found a heart donor for his mother. It was the heart of a woman who recently killed herself. He was so happy he told his mother the good news right away.

Park Tae-soo told Choi Seok-han (Uhm Ki-joon), "My mother has to live. I will go to get the heart". On the way to get the heart, the ambulance Park Tae-soo was in, got into an accident. The ambulance had turned over, but Park Tae-soo crawled out with the heart and passed out.

He woke up in the hospital and asked Nam Woo-jin (Lee Jae-won) what happened to his mother and Nam Woo-jin didn't know what to say or do. Park Tae-soo ran barefooted to the surgical room and saw Choi Seok-han operating on Yoon Soo-yeon (Seo Ji-hye). He screamed.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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