Fans Are Loving Choi Woo Shik’s Hilarious Encounter With A Fan Who Forgot Her Serious Injury After Meeting Him In An Ambulance

Research shows that if you like someone passionately, “dopamine” is secreted, which makes you forget the pain as if you had a strong painkiller.

Choi Woo Shik, who has been active in the recent SBS romance drama ‘Our Beloved Summer’, has once again proved the results of Stanford University‘s research.

In 2013, Choi Woo Shik appeared on SBSHeart Is Beating‘ and experienced the lives of 119 rescue workers. There, Choi Woo Shik met a fan, Person A.

Person A, who fell on the road and suffered a bruise to her head, was in a situation in need of urgent first aid.

Person A, who was in pain while holding her head and crying, suddenly stopped crying when she found Choi Woo Shik was the one assisting her while being transported in an ambulance.

Afterwards, Person A shyly confessed that she was a fan of Choi Woo Shik.

Choi Woo Shik tried to solve the serious atmosphere by joking, “We destined to meet each other.”

Then, Choi Woo Shik asked, “Are you in a lot of pain?” and wiped the blood.

Person A said, “It’s okay. It doesn’t hurt anymore. ‘Oppa’ wiped it off already,” making everyone around him laugh.

Person A, who was an older ‘sister fan’, continued to use the title ‘Woo-shik oppa‘ makes viewers laugh.

But soon after, she felt embarrassed and said, “I am older than you, but I keep saying ‘Oppa’…”(It comes out).”

A paramedic who was watching this said he understood and expressed his sympathy with Person A.

Person A got into the ambulance with a serious look, but in the end, she took a picture with Choi Woo Shik with a bright image that seemed to have forgotten the pain, commemorating the day she became a ‘successful fanatic’.

On the other hand, SBS entertainment program ‘Heart Is Beating‘ is a program in which celebrities work with firefighters and reflect on their noble spirit of sacrifice.

The program was well received and ended in 14 years.

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