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[Spoiler] "Feast of the Gods" Seo Hyun-jin finds out true identity of worldwide chef

2012/03/11 Source

Ha In-joo (Seo Hyun-jin) from "Feast of the Gods" realized the true identity of Hae-mil (Kim Do-yoon/Lee Sang-woo).

Ha In-joo realized that Hae-mil and Kim Do-yoon were the same characters on the twelfth episode of the MBC weekend drama "Feast of the Gods".

In-joo witnessed Kim Do-yoon at the parking lot where Hae-mil was staying. He was on sick leave. It was the same day as Hae-mil's event day.

In-joo ran into Hae-mil on her way to the broadcasting station with her reports to save Arirang. His dinner show was on live at the station and In-joo noticed he was being chased by someone and followed after him too.

She followed him into the props room and was sure that Do-yoon was Hae-mil when he came out with a box of props. She called him, "Hae-mil, no I mean Kim Do-yoon" and he turned around slowly with a shocked look on his face. She smiled at his true identity.

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