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[Spoiler] "Defendant" Uhm Ki-joon erases his prints and betrays Ji Sung

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Uhm Ki-joon erased his prints and hit Ji Sung in the back of the head..

On the third episode of the SBS drama "Defendant", Cha Min-ho (Uhm Ki-joon) hurt himself in front of Park Jeong-woo (Ji Sung).

Three days before the Wolha-dong murder, Park Jeong-woo tried to test the prints of Cha Min-ho who was pretending to be his brother Cha Seon-ho. Park Jeong-woo followed him from behind and they ran after and away from each other at a construction site.

Park Jeong-woo had Cha Min-ho cornered and said, "It's over. However, Cha Min-ho said, "What the hell are you saying?" and held a hot pipe with his bare hands.

Cha Min-ho burnt his hand and erased his prints. Park Jeong-woo cried, "No!" and Cha Min-ho smiled and said, "Park Jeong-woo, you'll never be able to catch me".

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