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[Spoiler] "God's Gift - 14 Days" Cho Seung-woo kills Kim Yoo-bin-I

2014/04/22 Source

Lee Myeong-han (Joo Jin-mo) ordered for the murder of Han Set-byeol (Kim Yoo-bin-I) to Hwang Kyeong-soo (Choi Min-chul) on the final episode of the SBS drama "God's Gift - 14 Days".

He claimed that he couldn't kill her but was coaxed by Lee Myeong-han. He told Hwang Kyeong-soo that his son's execution date will be drawn closer and made him promise to do it.

However, Hwang Kyeong-soo let her go. He was a father of a child as well, so he couldn't do it.

Hwang Kyeong-soo fought with the men who were following them. Han Set-byeol ran away but was caught again; she was tied up.

Lee Myeong-han had thought of another plan, just in case Hwang Kyeong-soo didn't go through with it. He took advantage of Ki Dong-chan's (Cho Seung-woo) brain damage and made him believe that his mother (Park Hae-sook) killed the girl.

Ki Dong-chan almost threw her into the river to save his mother; he almost killed her.

This happened 14 days ago. Ki Dong-chan's misunderstanding had killed Han Set-byeol and Han Ji-hoon (Kim Tae-woo) had planned to drown Ki Dong-chan for killing his daughter.

Where he threw Ki Dong-chan, there stood Kim Soo-hyeon (Lee Bo-young), in the same way how their time travel started.

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