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[Spoiler] Kang Ji-hwan doesn't fool Park Sang-min

2013/04/07 Source

Ji Se-gwang (Park Sang-min) was cornering Lee Cha-don (Kang Ji-hwan).

Ji Se-gwang was furious that Lee Cha-don wasn't murdered in the SBS drama "Incarnation of Money" on the 7th. Lee was closely saved from the car accident in which his taxi was hit by a massive truck.

Ji Se-gwang visited Lee at the hospital to see his condition. Not knowing that Ji was all open, Lee pretended to have become dumb to find out the culprit behind this mess.

Ji saw Lee grabbing food with his hands and chomping on them with a blur look on his face. Ji was told by the doctor that Lee had suffered brain damage.

However, Ji wasn't easily fooled. He saw with his own eyes that Lee was trying to uncover the corruption of Kwon Jae-gyu. Ji watched Lee from far and said to himself, "Don't think your plan has worked. This is a battle now".

In the end, Lee was captured by the prosecutors for embezzlement. Lee provoked Ji to come out into the open and even revealed that he was Lee Kang-seok.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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