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[2003] Hương Mùa Hè - Song Seung-heon, Son Ye Jin

Hương Mùa Hè (여름 향기) là bộ phim truyền hình nhiều tập đầu tiên của bộ 4 phim Tình yêu bốn mùa của đài truyền hình KBSHàn Quốc, được công chiếu lần đầu tiên vào mùa hè năm 2003.
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Màu sắc chủ đạo của phim là màu xanh trong vắt của mùa hè, mùa hè không chỉ tràn ngập ánh nắng mà còn vương vấn những cơn mưa, tình yêu của những nhân vật trong phim không u ám buồn trắng xoá như tuyết mùa đông, không đẫm nước mắt hoà với tiếng sóng và kết thúc như chiếc lá cuối thu mà tươi sáng trong trẻo như những hạt mưa mùa hạ...

Chàng trai Yoo Min Woo (Song Seung-heon) trong một ngày mưa tình cờ gặp gỡ một cô gái dễ thương, trong sáng và mạnh mẽ, họ yêu nhau và đi đến hôn nhân, nhưng bất hạnh thay, ngay trong ngày thành hôn, cô gái ấy vĩnh viễn ra đi để lại trong lòng chàng trai nhiều nuối tiếc. Mang theo trái tim tan vỡ chàng trai rời Hàn Quốc đến Ý xa xôi, tại đây chàng gặp gỡ Jong Ae (Han Ji Hye), một cô gái hoạt bát, cá tính hiện đại, dù Jong Ae luôn hướng về Min Yoo nhưng nỗi đau trong quá khứ khiến anh không còn tin vào tình yêu và chỉ xem cô như người em gái.

Hye Won là một cô gái xinh như đóa hoa sớm mai, vừa dịu dàng, nữ tính vừa trong sáng, mảnh mai. Cô có một cuộc sống tưởng như hoàn hảo, một công việc tốt, một vị hôn phu giỏi giang hết mực chăm lo cho cô.Nhưng ngay từ nhỏ Hye Won đã bị mắc bệnh tim khiến cô không thể chơi đùa thỏa thích với bạn bè.Sau một lần được đưa ra nước ngoài để phẫu thuật thay tim, cô đã trở nên mạnh mẽ hơn. Nhưng Hye Won luôn cảm giác mình đang sống bằng trái tim của một người khác.Trong một lần tình cờ trú mưa, Hye Won gặp Min Woo (Song Seung Heon thủ vai). Đó là một chàng trai khôi ngô, rất thân thiện, nhưng trong tim lại ẩn giấu nỗi đau tình yêu trong quá khứ.Cuộc gặp gỡ tình cờ nhưng đầy duyên nợ giữa Hye Won và Min Woo đã đưa họ đến với tình yêu lãng mạn trong những ngày mưa.Hye Won phải sống trong tâm trạng giằng xé, vừa không muốn làm tổn thương vị hôn phu của mình vừa không thể che giấu tình cảm định mệnh đối với Min Woo, trong khi người bạn gái thân nhất của cô lại đang dành trọn tình yêu đối với chàng trai này.Khi biết ra sự thật trái tim mình được mang trong người là của người yêu cũ của Min Woo, Hye Won hoài nghi về tình yêu Min Woo dành cho cô. Cô quyết định cưới vị hôn phu kia nhưng ngày cưới, đột nhiên căn bệnh tim của cô gái bé bỏng ấy tái phát.Hye Won lại được đưa ra nước ngoài thay tim. Trong khi đó, anh chàng Min Woo bị che giấu sự thật đã tin rằng Hye Won qua đời. 3 năm sau, anh về nước và họ lại gặp nhau trong một cơn mưa mùa hè. Trái tim của Hye Won lại thổn thức như ngày nào, nhưng giờ đây cô đã không còn mặc cảm vì hình bóng người yêu cũ của Min Woo.

"Hương mùa hè" là một câu chuyện về một tình yêu lý tưởng và một tình yêu định mệnh. Có người sẽ lựa chọn "người yêu mình hơn người mình yêu", nhưng có người sẽ chọn theo cách trái tim mình mách bảo. Nhân vật của Son Ye Jin cũng vậy, vị hôn phu của cô có thể là một người chồng rất tốt, rất yêu thương cô, luôn bên cô, nhưng cuối cùng cô đã lựa chọn tình yêu định mệnh với Min Woo vì cô tin vào trái tim mình.

... nhưng cuối cùng hạnh phúc đã quay trở lại.


Summer Scent

From Wikipedia,
SUMMER SCENT
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Promotional Poster
ALSO KNOWN AS여름향기
GENRERomance
FORMATDrama
DIRECTED BYYoon Seok-Ho
STARRINGSong Seung-heon
Son Ye-jin
COUNTRY OF ORIGINSouth Korea
LANGUAGE(S)Korean
NO. OF EPISODES20
PRODUCTION
PRODUCER(S)Yoon Seok-Ho
CAMERA SETUPMulti-camera
RUNNING TIMEMondays and Tuesdays at 9:55 p.m.
BROADCAST
ORIGINAL CHANNELKBS 2TV
ORIGINAL RUNJuly 7, 2003 – September 9, 2003
EXTERNAL LINKS
Website
SUMMER SCENT
HANGUL여름향기
HANJA여름香氣
REVISED ROMANIZATIONYeoreum hyanggi
MCCUNE–REISCHAUERYǒrǔm hyanggi

Summer Scent is a 20-episode TV drama series made in 2003. It is the third installment of the four part Endless Love drama series directed by Yoon Seok-Ho, produced by South Korean TV Network KBS.

Contents

Storyline

Yoo Min-Woo’s (Song Seung-heon) first love was Seo Eun-Hye (Shin-ae). However, Eun-Hye gets into a car accident and dies. Without Yoo Min-Woo’s knowledge, her parents decide to donate her organs. Another character, Shim Hye-Weon (Son Ye-jin) had suffered from a terrible heart disease ever since childhood. Miraculously, she finds that she will be obtaining a heart from a donor, the lately deceased Seo Eun-Hye.

Suffering from the pain of a heartache, Min-Woo goes to Italy to study, with the memories of Eun-Hye still resting in his heart. When he returns to Korea, fate takes a turn and brings Hye-Weon and Min-Woo together. When the two first meet in the airport, Hye-Weon’s heart (Eun-Hye’s heart), oddly beats faster when she is around Min-Woo.

Park Jeong-Jae (Ryu Jin) is Hye-Weon’s fiancee. Jeong-Jae’s sister, Park Jeong-Ah (Han Ji Hye) meets Min-Woo in Italy and falls for him.

Hye-Weon doesn’t know why or what she feels when she’s with Min-Woo. Min-Woo feels guilt towards Eun-Hye, because the feeling of love rises once again as he continues to see Hye-Weon.

Through coincidence, Min-Woo ends up being hired as the Art Director for Jeong-Jae’s project “Summer Scent” and Hye-Weon as their florist. Hiding their prior encounter at the forest, they awkwardly said “Hello” as if they first met. During the project, their fondness grew, within Min-Woo’s eyes, he saw resemblances between Eun-Hye and Hye-Weon. Hye-Weon, on the other hand, believed that it was fate, her ever pacing heart whenever near Min-Woo. Their fondness for each other soon came under suspicion in the eyes of Jeong-Ah and later, Jeong-Jae. Jeong-Jae decides to turn a blind eye due to his love for Hye-Weon. Now Hye-Weon, confused as to whether her feelings are true, decides to leave Min-Woo and trying to comfort her guilt towards Jeong-Jae and Jeong-Ah, she returns to Jeong-Jae’s side.

To forget Hye-Weon, Min-Woo decides to leave for Italy indefinitely but only after seeing her one last time. At her wedding, Min-Woo caught one last glance at her and then left. With Min-Woo near, Hye-Weon’s heart gave signs of his presence and soon alerted her gaze towards Min-Woo departing. Desperately chasing after him Hye-Weon collapses.

Min-Woo rushes Hye-Weon to the hospital with Jeong-Jae arriving a little later.Jeong-Jae who is angry at Min-Woo, tells him to leave for Italy. Min-Woo agrees to leave only after Hye-Weon had regained consciousness. Soon, Hye-Weon wakes up and deeply angered Jeong-Jae forbids Min-Woo to meet, ordering him to leave immediately. As a promise to Hye-Weon, Min-Woo agreed to leave if Hye-Weon decides to have her operation. Without it, she would definitely die.

Soon after his arrival in Italy, Min-Woo receives a letter notifying him that Hye-Weon had died during the operation.

3 years later, with memories of Hye-Weon in his heart, Min-Woo returns to Korea as a manager of an Art Centre. During his absence, Hye-Weon had an artificial heart implanted after the initial surgery, and then traveled to the United States for another transplant. On his way up the steps at the Art Centre and on her way down after her delivery, they meet again. This time with her new heart, its abnormal beating notified her of Min-Woo’s presence and thus proving their true love.

Cast

Soundtrack

  • Release Date: August 5, 2003
  • Label: Yedang Entertainment Company (KR)
  • Tracklisting:
  1. Main Title
  2. 비밀 – 정인호
  3. Missing U – 서진영
  4. 어쩌면 – 서진영
  5. 여름향기 – 정인호
  6. Serenade Inst. (Guitar)
  7. Second Romance – 서진영
  8. 여름향기 2 Inst.
  9. 두 번째 사랑 – 서진영
  10. 어쩌면 Inst. (Piano)
  11. Serenade – 유미숙 (Soprano)
  12. 비밀 Inst. (Piano)
  13. 두 번째 사랑 Inst. (Piano&Guitar)
  14. Love – 서진영
  15. 비밀 Inst. (Guitar)
  16. 사랑한다면 – 정인호&서진영
  17. 여우비 Inst.
  18. Love Inst. (Piano&Guitar)
  • Translated Tracklisting:
  1. Main Title
  2. Bi Mil – Jeong In-Ho
  3. Missing U – Seo Jin-Yeong
  4. Uh Jjuh Myun – Seo Jin-Yeong
  5. Yuh Reum Hyang Gi – Jeong In-Ho
  6. Serenade Inst. (Guitar)
  7. Second Romance – Seo Jin-Yeong
  8. Yuh Reum Hyang Gi 2 Inst.
  9. Doo Bun Jjae Sarang – Seo Jin-Yeong
  10. Uh Jjuh Myun Inst. (Piano)
  11. Serenade – Yoo Mi-Sook
  12. Bi Mil Inst. (Piano)
  13. Doo Bun Jjae Sarang (Inst.)(Piano&Guitar)
  14. Love – Seo Jin-Yeong
  15. Bi Mil Inst. (Guitar)
  16. Sarang Han Da Myun – Jeong In-Ho & Seo Jin-Yeong
  17. Yuh Woo Bi Inst.
  18. Love Inst. (Piano&Guitar)

    Summer Scent (2003, KBS miniseries)

I finally finished watching Summer Scent. Don’t misunderstand me. I am not implying that Summer Scent is such an unbearable show to watch that I have to force myself to watch it. It’s just the feeling of relief you get when the drama finally comes to an end.

Summer ScentSummer Scent threads along the same vine as its predecessors: Autumn Fairy Tale and Winter Sonata. Narrating the story of two lovers and their tribulations, it certainly follows the directing style of Yoon Suk-ho, who also directed the previous two dramas.

In this drama, PD Yoon is reunited with actor Song Seung-hun (Calla, Ice Rain), who also acted in Autumn Fairy Tale. Perhaps it was the previous chemistry which they had build-up together in the previous drama, Song Seung-hun could grasp the PD’s requirements and expectations, and thus played the role of Yoo Min Woo well. Song Ye-jin (The Classic, Crazy First Love), in her fifth role in dramas and movies, also showed that she has grown up to become a more mature actress since her debut in 2001 in Delicious Proposal.

Song Seung-hun plays the role of Yoo Min Woo, an architect who lost his first love, Eun Hye (played by actress Shin Ae) in a traffic accident on the day of their wedding. Ever since that freak accident, he believed that he would never be able to fall in love again, until he met Shim Hye Won, whose personality bears a striking resemblance to his first love. However, like how most Korean dramas go, their meeting was not immediate, but rather coincidental in the mountains three years later. What made this story complicated was the fact that Hye Won, who used to be a sickly child with a heart problem, had a heart transplant with, gasp! Eun Hye’s heart!

The complications do not end here. The story also threads on a sideline, where the lovers find it tough to maintain their love since Hye Won was already attached to Park Jung Jae (played by actor Ryu Jin), a charismatic eligible bachelor. Making things worse, Jung Jae’s younger sister Jung Ah (played by actress Han Ji-hye) who is also best friends with Hye Won, is in love with Min Woo…

Just looking at the relationships alone, one can pretty much tell that it’s a messed-up entanglement. What stands out in this show also is the beautiful scenery and lovely soundtrack. Using Calla Resort and the tea fields as a backdrop, one can’t help but to admire the beautiful scenery too. An avid classical music lover myself, it was exhilarating to hear Schbert’s famous Serenade been played in the background. Besides Serenade, the soundtrack also boasts a couple of great songs that went well along with the scenes in the show.

As for the performance of the supporting cast, Ryu Jin put up a good performance. Portraying a composed, sensitive new age guy, he has clearly done a good rendition of what is required of his role. Han Ji-hye was impressive in her debut performance too. She is natural in her acting. Perhaps this could be the reason as to the success of her latest comedy-drama, Narang 18 Seh.

Summer Scent is a good drama to watch. But compared to Autumn Fairy Tale and Winter Sonata, I personally felt that this was the least exciting of all. Perhaps this could be attributed to the slow start-up pace of the drama. However, the audience can expect a more tense atmosphere with each episode. The plot has its pretty ridiculous moments as well, especially the heart-thumping moments, which I felt were pretty preposterous.      (Review by Kit Lim)

Summer Scent (“Yeoreum hyanggi”). 20 episodes. Written by Choi Ho-yeon. Produced by Yoon Suk-ho. Starring Song Seung-heon, Son Ye-jin, Ryu Jin, Han Ji-hye, Shin Ae, Jo Eun-sook, Ahn Jung-hoon, Kim Hae-sook, Kim Yong-gun. Aired on KBS in Korea from July 7 – September 9, 2003 on Monday & Tuesday nights at 9:55pm. Official website (in Korean): click here. Available on DVD from KBS in Korea with English subtitles.


Yeoreum Hyanggi (Summer Scent)
‘Summer Scent,’ which aired in 2003, is producer Yun Seok-Ho’s third work, based on the four seasons. Following the tremendous popularity of his previous TV series ‘Autumn in My Heart’ in 2000 and ‘Winter Sonata’ in 2001, ‘Summer Scent’ has the summer season as its backdrop. Just as in ‘Autumn in My Heart’ and ‘Winter Sonata,’ this TV drama employs the magnificent scenery of Korea as an important motif. Also, top stars including Song Seung-Heon and Sohn Ye-Jin played the leading roles, which elicited considerable public interest even before the drama aired.

• Synopsis

Art director Min-Woo (played by Song Seung-Heon) lost his fiancée in a car accident. Later, on a trip to the mountains, he meets florist Hye-Won (played by Sohn Ye-Jin) and falls in love with her. Hye-Won had received a heart transplant, and coincidentally it was the heart of Min-Woo’s late girlfriend.

From the first moment they meet, Min-Woo and Hye-Won are attracted to one other and the attraction continues to deepen. But Min-Woo is also loved by Park Jeong-A (played by Han Ji-Hye), while Hye-Won is the object of Park Jeong-Jae’s affection (played by Ryu Jin). Adding to the tragic twist of fate, Jeong-A and Jeong-Jae are brother and sister. The destinies of these four are sadly and ironically intertwined. Min-woo and Hye-Won do not act on their feelings however, out of consideration for Jeong-A and Jeong-Jae. Meanwhile, Hye-Won learns that she had received the heart of Min-Woo’s late fiancée and tries to convince herself that Min-Woo is still emotionally attached to the dead woman. Even though they are in love, they cannot commit to a relationship because of Min-Woo’s feelings for the dead fiancée as well as for others members of their group who are concerned for them.

When problems arise with Hye-Won’s new heart, she is hospitalized. Min-Woo blames himself. Wishing Hye-Won and Jeong-Jae a happy future together, he leaves Korea. As Hye-Won’s condition worsens and she feels there is no hope of survival, she lets Min-Woo know that she is dead. While he is abroad, Min-Woo learns that Hye-Won died, which causes him great heartache. He is not aware that Hye-Won has received another heart transplant, this time an artificial one, and miraculously recovers. A few years later, Min-Woo returns to Korea. Outside a concert hall, concert-goers hold umbrellas in the pouring rain. As people climb up and down the stairs, Min-Woo and Hye-Won accidentally meet. The two feel their hearts beating again and realize that their feelings of love were true. And this time, Hye-Won’s heart is her own – not the heart of Min-Woo’s late girlfriend.

• The cast
Yu Min-woo (Song Seung-Heon) Art director

A handsome, sensitive character, he suffers great tragedy when his bride-to-be dies in a car accident on the day of their wedding. He lives with a broken heart until that day on the mountain, where he encounters Hye-Won. From then on, he dreams of a new love.
Shim Hye-Won (Sohn Ye-Jin) Florist 

A pure soul, she has a new lease on life thanks to the heart transplant, and is the girlfriend of Jeong-Jae, whom she has known since childhood.
Park Jeong-Jae (Ryu Jin) Resort Head of Planning

An attractive man with an upstanding character and good family background, his love for Hye-Won is like a sunflower. But as Hye-Won becomes more attached to Min-Woo, he becomes emotionally entangled between the two.
Park Jeong-A (Han Ji-Hye) Event PD

Bright and honest, she is in love with Min-Woo, but senses that Min-Woo is not really in love with her. Although Hye-Won is her friend as well as her brother’s girlfriend, she grows extremely jealous of her when it becomes obvious that Min-Woo is attracted to her.
Lines from a scene
Min-Woo and Hye-Won meet by chance in the pouring rain outside a concert hall. Standing under an umbrella, they think to themselves

Hye-Won : When I see you, I feel my heart pounding.
Min-Woo : This is love.
Details of Production
Producer : Yun Seok-Ho
Main cast : Song Seung-Heon, Sohn Ye-Jin, Ryu Jin, Han Ji-Hye
Produced by KBS2 / Air date: July-September, 2003
Drama Photo Gallery
Various photos collected from impressive scenes are available at this gallery.
Drama Review
The entire drama series of 20 shows is available for review
to all members of KBS Internet homepage. A film on how the drama was created and shot is also available, as well as “no goods.
* Photo courtesy by KBS
Just as its name implies, Summer Scent was filmed in verdant locations such as Boseong Tea Garden, Korea Botanical Garden, and Deogyusan National Park. Most beautiful between spring and summer, these filming locations are visited by many more tourists since the drama aired.
Boseong Tea Garden
After their first meeting on the mountain, Min-Woo and Hye-Won meet again by chance. In a memorable scene, the two stroll through a green tea field. Boseong Tea Garden is most popular for its expansive green tea fields and for the walking path lined with cedar trees reaching 20 meters high. Don’t forget to taste Ujeoncha at the cost of only 1,000 won at the tea shop. Ujeoncha is the best quality tea in Korea, made of baby leaves picked before April 20.
Korea Botanical Garden
Korea Botanical Garden, which, in the drama, served as the house of Min-Woo’s mother, grows about 1,300 species of wild Korean plants. In a lovely scene, Hye-Won, who loves flowers, walks through the fields of blossoms. Korea Botanical Garden gives out flower seeds to all visitors who buy an admission ticket. Various wild plants can also be purchased at the shop.
Deogyusan National Park
In Deogyusan National Park, Min-Woo and Hye-Won meet for the first time. In an impressive scene, Min-Woo rests on a huge, tree-shaded boulder with Deogyusan Mountain in the background. Deogyusan is well-known for its beautiful waterfalls and rivers that flow into the valleys.
Muju Resort
At Muju Resort, Min-Woo, Hye-Won, and Jeong-Jae remodel the existing buildings into a nature-friendly rest area. In the drama, the resort serves as the team’s work area. In real life as well, the resort is unique, with beautiful buildings and a splendid natural environment that could very well be an illustration from a children’s storybook. Since the drama aired, even greater numbers of tourists visit the site.
* The pictures above are provided by KBS.http://visitkorea.or.kr/ena/CU/CU_EN_8_5_1_4.jsp

Scent of Summer/ep. 1-20 Plot Synopsis

  • ep. 1 Hae-Won, who has a cardiac disorder, falls down holding her chest in a sudden shower. Min-Woo meets Eun-Hye while avoiding the sudden shower, and falls in love with her.


  • ep. 2 While hiking on the mountain, Min-Woo meets Hae-Won for the first time, and feels something very familiar from her. Hae-Won


  • ep. 3 Min-Woo and Hae-Won meet again at a tea plantation. The plantation is very familiar to Hae-Won even though she has never been to the place.


  • ep. 4 Jung-Ah witnesses Min-Woo kisses Hae-Won. Soon, she finds that it was her misunderstanding. Min-Woo asks Hae-Won to go to an opera with him. At first, Hae-Won hesitates because of Jung-Jae, but she agrees.


  • ep. 5 While working together at Calla resort, Min-Woo and Hae-Won find they have many resemblances. Jung-Ah finds a picture of Min-Woo and Hae-Won taken from the mountain, and is enraged.


  • ep. 6 Dae-Poong tells Hae-Won that Min-Woo loves her. After hearing that, she intentionally gives Min-Woo the cold shoulder, and disagrees with him on his plans for the renovation of Calla resort.


  • ep. 7 Min-woo and Hae-Won design and decorate the propose room together. Jung-Jae proposes to Hae-Won in the propose room. Min-Woo discovers that his precious necklace is lost ...


  • ep. 8 Hae-Won passes out at her engagement party, and is brought to a hospital. Min-Woo condemns himself, and ...


  • ep. 9 Jung-Jae asks Min-Woo to forget about Hae-won, and Min-Woo agrees. Min-Woo decides not to work with Hae-Won. Jung-Jae plans to have a trip with Hae-Won.


  • ep. 10 Hae-won goes to an island alone, and is not able to come back because of a typhoon. Min-Woo rents a motor boat, and goes to the island where Hye-Won is. Hae-Won and Min-Woo decide to stay at the island one more day.


  • ep. 11 As Hae-won gets off the boat, Jung-jae represses his anger and greets her calmly. Jung-ah, on the other hand, makes it clear that she can never forgive her. Meanwhile, Min-woo asks to meet Jung-jae to explain what has happened between him and Hae-won.


  • ep. 12 Upon hearing that Hae-won left home, Min-woo borrows Dae-poong's car and tries to find her whereabouts. Although Jung-jae tries to focus on his work, he is unable to stop thinking that Min-woo might be with Hae-won. Meanwhile, Hae-won encounters Eun-hae?


  • ep. 13 Hae-won runs out of the summer house and bumps into Min-woo who came in search for her, and the two take off together. While cleaning the broken bottles in the summer house, Jung-ah finds a note written by Eun-hae's father with the name So Eun-hae on it.


  • ep. 14 Hae-won visits Eun-hae's grave and thanks her for giving her a chance to live again. Eun-hae's father tells Hae-won not to visit him again, but focus on living her life to the fullest instead. Meanwhile, Jang-mi and Dae-poong throw a birthday party ...


  • ep. 15 Jung-jae questions Min-woo as to whether the feelings he has for Hae-won are genuine. Jung-jae tells Min-woo that Hae-won deserves to know who the donor of her heart is. Min-woo begs Jung-jae to keep it a secret from her and promises Jung-jae that he will ...


  • ep. 16 When Hae-won realizes that her heart donor was a female, she is surprised and asks Jung-jae why he kept it a secret from her. Meanwhile, Jung-ah tries to change Min-woo's mind by threatening him that she will tell her about Eun-hae. Min-woo storms out by ...


  • ep. 17 Although Hae-won finds out the truth behind the heart donor, she is still unable to erase her love for Min-woo. Eun-hae's father asks her to be happy with Min-woo for a long time, although his daughter had to leave him so young. Upon learning the truth,


  • ep. 18 Hae-won asks Min-woo to separate from her, saying that she is unable to fill Eun-hae's place in his heart. Jung-ah is relieved that Hae-won did not reveal that she knows the truth to Min-woo, but Jung-jae feels Hae-won's pain and is very saddened.


  • ep. 19 When Min-woo learns that Hae-won knows the truth about her heart donor, he blames himself for being so foolish. He rushes to Hae-won, but she coldly rejects him. Hae-won hurries with the preparation for her wedding with Jung-jae, as Min-woo looks painfully on.


  • ep. 20 Min-woo hears at the wedding hall that Hae-won collapsed and rushes to the hospital. Jung-jae grabs Min-woo by his throat and reproaches him that this all happened because of him. Dr. Kim warns Jung-jae that Hae-won is in critical condition.

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