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[Spoiler] "Big Man" Kang Ji-hwan's revenge picks up speed

2014/06/09 | 666 views | Permalink | Source

Kang Ji-hwan and Lee Da-hee's revenge quickened its pace.

On the thirteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Big Man", So Mi-ra (Lee Da-hee) supported Kim Ji-hyeok's (Kang Ji-hwan) revenge.

Previously, So Mi-ra decided to avenge her father who was a driver at Hyeonsung Group; he was framed for Chairman Kang's (Eom Hyo-sup) embezzlement and was murdered.

So Mi-ra stood alongside Kim Ji-hyeok and helped him. She was the assistant manager at Hyeonsung Group; she had an easy access to Kang Dong-seok and Chairman Kang, so she could provide support for Kim Ji-hyeok's revenge.

So Mi-ra bugged Kang Dong-seok's conversation and even fooled head of department Do (Han Sang-jin), who smuggled out tender documents.

Meanwhile, the preview of the next episode added tension to the drama, as So Mi-ra told Kang Dong-seok, "You have gone too far for me to catch you", which he responded, "You are the only one who can catch me".

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