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[Ratings: Tues, 04.15.14] Park Ki Woong Cries Angry Tears on ‘My Heart Beats’

Rating Rating more One Star

2014.04.16 11:09 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

Another emergency incident caused Park Ki Woong to cry frustrated tears on SBS’ My Heart Beats.

On Tuesday’s broadcast, Park Ki Woong visited a couple, who shared an incident that happened to their first child. The mother experienced pregnancy-induced hypertension, putting both her and her 28-week-old baby in danger. The couple called for an ambulance so that they could deliver the baby.

However, during their ride to the hospital, an elderly man on a motorcycle was riding on a pedestrian crossing when the ambulance accidentally hit the motorcycle.

The elderly man demanded money for his motorcycle repairs upfront, while the paramedics and the husband begged him to settle this later, willing to exchange contact information. However, the elderly man remained stubborn, demanding money, refusing to let the ambulance pass and stealing precious time from the mother and baby.

The elderly man eventually let them go after the husband paid the man, but the surgery was performed too late, and the nameless baby, weighing only one kilogram at birth, died the following day due to lung hemorrhage.

The couple revealed that they asked the program to come visit them, hoping that something like this never happens again.

[Ratings: Tues, 04.15.14] Park Ki Woong Cries Angry Tears on ‘My Heart Beats’

Tuesday, April 15, 2014


1. MBC Empress Ki 25.3 →26.1
2. SBS God’s Gift – 14 Days 8.5 →8.7


1. KBS Our Neighborhood Variety and Sports 5.4
2. SBS My Heart Beats 3.7

*All ratings are based on AGB Nielsen Media Research

Photo Credit: SBS.

Ratings 20140416 Our Neighborhood′s Masters of Variety and Sports 20140416 My Heart Beats 20140416 Empress Ki 20140416 God’s Gift – 14 Days 20140416
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