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[Spoiler] "Inspiring Generation" Kim Hyun-joong finds Choi Jae-sung's murderer

2014/02/27 | 864 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Hyun-joong found out who killed Choi Jae-sung.

On the fourteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Inspiring Generation", Sin I-chi (Jo Dong-hyuk) and Aoki (Yoon Hyun-min) closed in on Jeong-tae (Kim Hyun-joong) by gathering in Shanghai.

Aoki ran into Jae-hwa (Kim Sung-oh) first and called him 'the leader everyone ignores'. Jae-hwa was furious but Aoki handed him a name card which said that he was the director of the intelligence bureau.

Sin I-chi was also in Shanghai. Jeong-tae asked him why he was there and he said, "There's no reason. I just need to get rid of you", then he swung his fist at Jeong-tae.

Thankfully, Jeong-tae had support. Baek San (Jung Ho-bin) came to help but he was also a dark hearted one. He planned on raising Jeong-tae as the hawk of Hwangbang. Baek San fought with Sin I-chi instead of Jeong-tae and Jeong-tae found out that Baek San was the one who killed Yeong-chul (Choi Jae-sung).

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