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[Spoiler] "Bad Papa" Jang Hyuk Is in Bad Shape

2018/11/20 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Bad Papa", the truth about the accident involving Yoo Ji-cheol's (Jang Hyuk) friend was revealed, but he still passed away..

Yoo Ji-cheol and Jin Sang-goo walked towards each other at the crosswalk. Just then, Jin Sang-goo got into an accident and died.

Kim Jong-doo (Jung Ik-han), the person that hit the man, handed a mysterious man an envelope of money and said, "I hope you do a good job". Then he called Joo Gook-sung (Jung Man-sik) and said, "It's done". Joo Gook-sung was the instigator.

The next day, Choi Sun-joo heard of Jin Sang-goo's accident and asked Yoo Ji-cheol for the truth, but Yoo Ji-cheol said, "Do you think I did this to him? The accident happened when I was there. There's nothing for you to worry about".

Choi Su대-joo worried about him and asked him what was wrong when he came home, but he avoided her. However, he coughed up blood.

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