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[Spoiler] "Black Knight" A Skeleton is Found

2018/01/17 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Black Knight", Moon Soo-ho (Kim Rae-won) found a skeleton.

It was found on the site where Soo-ho and Jang Baek-hee (Jang Mi-hee) decided to build a Hanok hotel and everything came to a halt. Baek-hee told Soo-ho, "Nothing to worry. Thanks to you the skeleton has been found and it can rest in peace. Let's give it a ceremony".

At first, the skeleton had no identifying clues. Research only said the skeleton belonged to a man in his 40s. Soo-ho and Baek-hee performed a ceremony for it and paid their respects on the site where it was found. Later, more items that seemed to belong to the man were found.

The items were a pair of glasses and a piece of cloth with the name "Soo-ho" written on it. Soo-ho was shocked to find his name. Previously, Jung Hae-ra (Shin Se-kyung) stirred memories for Soo-ho by showing him a picture of him in uniform that he left behind.

The piece of cloth with his name on it seemed to have been ripped from the uniform. The skeleton could be that of a man who had a daughter who wasn't able to take care of his death the proper way.

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