Secret Garden (2010–2011)

Episode #1.17 

A serious accident (perhaps one fated to be received - which might explain why paranormal activity befell Ra Im) leads Joo Won toward making a supreme sacrifice.


Kwon Hyuk-Chan


Eun-sook Kim


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Episode credited cast:
Ji-won Ha ... Gil Ra Im
Hyun Bin ... Kim Joo Won
Sang-Hyun Yoon ... Choi 'Oska' Woo Young
Sa-rang Kim ... Yeun-Sul
Phillip Lee Phillip Lee ... Lim Jong Su
In-Na Yoo ... Lim Ah Young
Joon-geum Park Joon-geum Park ... Moon Boon-Hong (as Jun-Keum Park) (credit only)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dae Sung Choi Dae Sung Choi ... Team Manager Choi
Seo-won Jang Seo-won Jang ... Hwang Jung-hwan
Seong-oh Kim ... Kim Sung-Oh
Jong-Suk Lee ... Han Tae sun 'Ssun'
Hyun-Joo Nam Hyun-Joo Nam ... Director Nam


On the lunar anniversary of Gil Ik Seon's death, Ra Im learns from Boon Hong the shocking connection between her late father and Joo Won. Begging Ra Im not to use this connection to hold onto Joo Won any further (but not getting anywhere with her pleas), Boon Hong veers toward a tough love approach by calling a board of directors meeting in which to have Joo Won removed as president (a sacrifice he's willing to accept but which Ra Im won't allow). Director Ryan Jackson phones the Action School to congratulate Ra Im on getting the part of Jin in "Dark Blood,' but the happiness it brings turns sour on the set when an accident puts Ra Im in a coma. After days of not waking and doctors fearing she may be brain dead, Joo Won makes a resolute decision. With no one noticing his classic signs of ultimate farewell, he scans the area for approaching rainstorms. Written by statmanjeff

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South Korea

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8 January 2011 (South Korea) See more »

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