“Dr. Stranger” Jin Se Yeon saved Lee Jong Suk’s life. Then, she revealed her identity to Lee Jong Suk.
On the episode of SBS Monday/Tuesday drama “Dr. Stranger” (script Park Jin Woo, director Jin Hyuk, production Aura Media) broadcast on June 2, Park Hoon (played by Lee Jong Suk) lost in the battle of picking the surgery team of the Prime Minister, Jang Suk Joo (played by Chun Ho Jin). In the end, Park Hoon lost to Han Jae Joon (played by Park Hae Jin).
Cha Jing Soo, the North Korean spy and agent as well as Han Seung Hee (played by Jin Se Yeon) decided to take on the heart surgery of Jang Suk Joo and came to South Korea.
However, Park Hoon was defeated in this battle with Han Jae Joon and Han Seung Hee and Cha Jin Soo didn’t accomplish their goal. In the end, Cha Jin Soo didn’t accomplish the national mission and he went undercover into the hospital to kill Park Hoon.
Han Seung Hee said, “Whether we succeeded or failed on the national mission is a matter that the party has to decide. We can’t finish here. We still have a chance” and stopped Cha Jin Soo.
In the end, Cha Jin Soo pulled a trigger towards Park Hoon but at that moment, Han Seung Hee pulled Park Hoon and saved him.
Park Hoon said to Han Seung Hee, “Jae Hee” and muttered, and Han Seung Hee looked at Park Hoon with a sad face and didn’t answer, as she acknowledged her identity.
Meanwhile, “Dr. Stranger” is about a genius doctor Lee Jong Suk that was born in South Korea but raised in North Korea and his conflict against the most elite doctor of Korea, Park Hae Jin. The two of them face the greatest conspiracy in a medical drama and fusion drama.