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[Spoiler] "7th Grade Civil Servant" Choi Kang-hee pleads to stop

2013/03/28 | 512 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Kang-hee pulled the trigger towards Kim Soo-hyeon in "7th Grade Civil Servant".

Kim Seo-won (Choi Kang-hee) closely stopped Kim Mi-rae (Kim Soo-hyeon) from killing Oh Gwang-jae (Choi Jong-hwan).

Gong Do-ha (Hwang Chan-sung) was ordered to shoot and kill Kim Mi-rae and when Kim Seo-won and Han Gil-ro (Joo Won) found out, they did all they could to stop it but Gong explained that the director would die if he didn't.

Kim Seo-won saw Kim Mi-rae on another roof, pointing a fun at Oh Gwang-jae and ended the situation by shooting her in the arm and leg.

However, Kim Mi-rae continued to go on while bleeding and Kim Seo-won cried in plea for her to stop before there was a loud gun shot sound.

Meanwhile, Kim Won-seok (Ahn Nae-sang) told Han Gil-ro and Kim Seo-won that there was a spy indoors and called out Oh Gwang-jae.

Source : www.fnnews.com/newsvi...

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