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[Spoiler] 'Yong Pal' Kim Tae-hee wakes up, will she buy Joo Won with money?

2015/08/13 | Permalink | Source

In the fourth episode of 'Yong Pal, Kim Tae-hee woke up and offered a deal to Joo Won.

On the August 13th episode of SBS Wednesday and Thursday drama, "Yong Pal", Han Yeo-jin (Kim Tae-hee) recovered consciousness in front of Kim Taehyeon (Joo Won).

Due to a retaliatory act that a victim of sexual assault pulled off, safety of all the people in the hospital was at risk and the patients on the VIP floor evacuated ahead of anyone else. Unconscious Han Yeo-jin also was evacuated for a while and was returned to her room later. Under these circumstances, Nurse Hwang (Bae Hae-sun) was shortly away from her patient.

While Kim Taehyeon was left alone in Han Yeo-jin's room, he had a phone conversation with Man-sik (Ahn Se-ha). Kim Taehyeon said, "It's endless. How can we pay back all the money" mentioning about his debt on private loan.

When he hung up the phone call, Kim Taehyeon heard Han Yeo-jin's voice from behind his back. "Can I give you the money?" said she. The ending scene of the episode, where Han Yeo-jin recovered her consciousness and offered a deal to Kim Taehyeon, raises more excitement as to how the story will move forward in the next episode.

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