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[Spoiler] "Two Lives One Heart" Uhm Ki-joon Broadcasts Heart Transplant on Child

2018/10/24 Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Two Lives One Heart", Choi Seok-hwan (Uhm Ki-joon) broadcasted his surgery live.

Yoon Soo-yeon (Seo Ji-hye) tried to stop him from doing the surgery because it was too dangerous. However, Choi Seok-hwan said, "It may seem risky, trying to do something only the American Boston Hospital for Children does". Yoon Soo-yeon added, "I just want you to be careful about it".

The live broadcast of the surgery began. The surgery was a success and while everyone sighed with relief, the fetus's heart stopped beating due to a blood clot. Choi Seok-hwan was nervous, but he managed to clear it and was applauded.

Choi Seok-hwan said, "The heart will get better by over 20%. The surgery was a success".

Later, he met Yoon Hyeol-il who asked him to call Park Tae-soo (Go Soo) back to Taesan Hospital.

Source : www.hankookilbo.com/n...

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