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[Spoiler] "Dr. Romantic" Han Suk-kyu makes Yoo Yeon-seok a doctor

2016/11/07 Source

Han Suk-kyu and Yoo Yeon-seok met for the first time.

On the first episode of the new SBS drama "Dr. Romantic", Kim Sa-bu (Han Suk-kyu) and young Kang Dong-joo (Yoon Chan-young) met for the first time.

Kang Dong-joo (Yoo Yeon-seok) had said, "It's become a generation of injustice, a generation of discontent and distrust and a generation where people cry and laugh because of medical bills".

Kang Dong-joo's father had passed away because he didn't have enough money to be treated. Kang Dong-joo swung around a baseball bat and said, "My father was here before him. Are you playing around with a person's life? You're not supposed to do this if you're a doctor".

Kim Sa-bu appeared and gave young Kang Dong-joo a doctor. He then said, "Does it make you feel better to break things? If you want revenge, become a better person than them and show them what you've got. Otherwise, nothing will change".

Later on, grown-up Kang Dong-joo became a doctor.

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