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[Spoiler] "Awl" Is Kim Hee-won the bad guy?

2015/11/15 | 234 views | Permalink | Source

There is sorrow behind the evil in Kim Hee-won in the JTBC drama "Awl".

Jeong (Kim Hee-won) got a call from the human resources director (Jung Won-joong). He repeated the words, "I'm sorry" over and over again with two hands clutching the phone and listening to the director yelling, "What the hell did you do to make things turn out like this?"

Jeong was in panic as the director yelled at him, "You deal with this or you're going to be the one to blame".

In a recollection scene of 1 year ago, Jeong pretended to be tending to the plants when he was actually hiding a recording device. Then he reported what he did to the human resource director. They had a secret conversation in the car, but in reality, Jeong was unable to come back to his senses. An employee told him it was time for a meeting and when he looked dazed, the employee worried that he might be sick.

Kim Hee-won has played a character who is always mean and evil to his staff. However, it turns out he was one of them in the past and had to do things to look good for his superiors.

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