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[Spoiler] "Lights and Shadows" Ahn Jae-wook is hiding something

2012/04/02 | 375 views | Permalink | Source

Ahn Jae-wook is different now.

On the thirty-seventh episode of the MBC drama "Lights and Shadows", Kang Ki-tae (Ahn Jae-wook) returned in 4 years and he seemed different. Dunce Kang Ki-tae was no more and he had time and leisure.

Kang Ki-tae endured it when Jang Cheol-hwan provoked him angrily saying, "You touch me one bit and I will crush your soul". Jo Tae-soo (Kim Roi-ha) patted him saying, "You did well".

Jo Myeong-gook (Lee Won-jong) started his plan to stop all the singers from the Shining Entertainment from going up on stage as Kang Ki-tae returned to Korea but he stayed calm and said, "Let's not worry about that matter and focus on getting our singers up on stage".

Unlike being reckless 4 years ago, Kang Ki-tae was very well laid out this time. His thoughts weren't revealed yet but a certain plan was made as he contacted Yoo Chae-yeong (Son Dam-bi) from Japan.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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