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[Spoiler] "Big Man" Choi Daniel gets blood on his hands

2014/06/10 | 772 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Daniel committed murder.

On the fourteenth episode of the KSB 2TV drama "Big Man", Kang Dong-seok was infuriated by Kim Ji-hyeok (Kang Ji-hwan) and threatened to take away everything from him.

Kang Dong-seok's fiance So Mi-ra (Lee Da-hee) was disgusted by his madness and left him. He tried to bring her back but she still insisted on leaving. He also became remarkably angry at Kim Ji-hyeok.

Kang Dong-seok looked around to see who mattered most to Kim Ji-hyeok. He knew it would cause more harm than to hurt Kim Ji-hyeok.

Kang Dong-seok's first target was Hong Dal-sook (Song Ok-sook), a woman Kim Ji-hyeok looked up to as a mother. Furthermore, Kang Dong-seok paid some gangsters and caused a bike accident.

Hong Dal-sook tried to avoid the oncoming bike which was headed straight for her but it was too late. Kim Ji-hyeok watched the incident unfold from the beginning.

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