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[Spoiler] "God's Gift - 14 Days" Lee Bo-young kills Kang Sung-jin

2014/03/11 | 878 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Soo-hyeon (Lee Bo-young) pushed a serial killer (Kang Sung-jin) to death.

On the fourth episode of the SBS drama "God's Gift - 14 Days", Kim Soo-hyeon accelerated towards the serial killer who had been chased by Ki Dong-chan (Cho Seung-woo) and Hyeon Woo-jin (Jung Gyu-woon).

The serial killer didn't stop running after being hit by the car. He pushed Kim Soo-hyeon from the driver's seat and drove off in her car. She tried to stop him but he was persistent.

Kim Soo-hyeon was finally taken to an isolated area by the killer. However, Ki Dong-chan had put a GPS on her and was able to find her. The killer was surprised to the police. Kim Soo-hyeon used this time to hit him and he was about to fall from high but she caught his hand.

The killer begged for her to not let go of his arm. However, she said, "My daughter lives if you die" then she let go and he fell to his death.

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