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[Spoiler] "Argon" Chun Woo-hee checks out Kim Joo-hyuk's misprint

2017/09/25 | 160 views | Permalink | Source

According to the preview of the final episode of "Argon" that was released on Naver TV, Lee Yeon-hwa (Chun Woo-hee) continued the investigation of the Mid Town Constructions corruption. The prosecution discovers that Argon is catching up on Mid Town. Documents were included from the jurisdiction in which the search and seizure was held.

At the same time, Kim Baek-jin (Kim Joo-hyuk) saw a picture from the hospital and said, "They're all frauds. The first thing on my list is to bring out Chairman Choi's real identity". He dove into his investigation.

Lee Yeon-hwa check the Mid Town files and asks Kim Baek-jin, "Did you really not see the items? There's a reason for that right?" Kim Baek-jin knew his report was wrong and it made him feel worse to know that someone had been hurt because of it.

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