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[Spoiler] "Incarnation of Money" Oh Yoon-ah caught for murder

2013/03/24 | 343 views | Permalink | Source

Eun Bi-ryeong (Oh Yoon-ah) was captured for the death of Hwang Jang-silk (Jung Eun-pyo) in the SBS drama "Incarnation of Money".

On this day, Lee Cha-don (Kang Ji-hwan) called out Ji Se-gwang (Park Sang-min) and Kwon Jae-gyu (Lee Ki-young) to show them the video from the black box. Jin Hyun-bin (Choi Yeo-jin), Hwang Jang-sik's prosecutor was also there and Eun was arrested for the murder of Hwang.

While Ji Se-gwang was her attorney, he questioned his girlfriend Eun Bi-ryeoong. She was angry at how cold he was. She cried at the sight of her boyfriend asking her to call him "sir".

Lee Cha-don then appeared and volunteered to be her attorney. He planned to separate Eun and Ji and when the DNA of a woman was extracted from Hwang's scarf, Eun believed that Ji betrayed her.

Meanwhile, it was also revealed why Eun killed Hwang.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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