‘Mt. Jiri’ Jun Ji-hyun noticed the existence of Ju Ji-hoon’s living spirit floating in the mountains

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‘Mt. Jirisan’ Jun Ji-hyun met a survivor who saw Ju Ji-hoon’s ghost.

In the 4th episode of the tvN Saturday drama ‘Mt. Jirisan’, which was broadcast on the afternoon of the 31st, the figure of Seo Yi-gang (Jeon Ji-hyeon) who found a survivor after seeing the mark left by Kang Hyeon-jo (Ju Ji-hoon) was drawn.

On this day, Lee Da-won (Ko Min-si) noticed that the mark left in the mountain had been changed at the request of Seo Yi-gang.

At this time, the spirit of Kang Hyeon-jo, who became a living spirit, appeared to Lee Da-won, and Lee Da-won left the place quickly. At that moment, Kang Hyeon-jo’s condition, which was in a vegetative state, suddenly changed and attracted attention.

Da-won Lee, who had visited Seoi River in a hurry, informed that the location of the marker had changed, but the unmanned sensor camera installed in front of it had caused the branch to move spontaneously.

Seo Yi-gang, who was watching the video, predicted that a shipwreck would occur in the Dowon Valley pointed to by the marker, and reported it to nearby rangers.

Da-won Lee, who was watching this from the side, was worried, “Senior, this is a false report,” but as expected by Seo Yi-gang, a person in distress occurred in the Dowon Valley, raising curiosity about what happened.

Seo Yi-gang, who later met a survivor who was hospitalized, heard rumors of ghosts wandering around Mt. Jirisan, and asked the survivor if the clothes he saw were wearing with Kang Hyeon-jo in the past, pointing at the photo.

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At this time, the distressed man who saw Kang Hyeon-jo was surprised and said, “This is this person, this person is a ghost.” Seo Yi-gang called the hospital where Kang Hyun-jo was hospitalized and checked his condition.

taehyun@news1.kr

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