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[Spoiler] "Less Than Evil" Leave Us With an Open Ending

2019/01/29 | Permalink | Source

The final episode of the MBC drama "Less Than Evil" ended when Woo Tae-seok (Shin Ha-kyun) found some answers to Eun Seon-jae's (Lee Seol) parents' death.

Woo Tae-seok revealed the file which recorded Jeon Choon-man (Park Ho-san) helping the serial killer Jang Hyeong-min. He then prepared to arrest Eun Seon-jae. She told him to come to where she was to arrest her. He just couldn't let her go for killing her parents.

When he didn't let her go, Eun Seon-jae dropped him on a bridge. He caught himself, but eventually let go. Eun Sun-jae yelled 'no' and jumped in the river with him.

Eun Seon-jae wasn't found. On the other hand, Woo Tae-seok returned to work and became the team leader.

Later, Woo Tae-seok was about to get back in the car after solving a case, but he noticed that Eun Seon-jae was watching him from a car.

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