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[Spoiler] "Lights and Shadows" Ahn Jae-wook pleads innocence to Lee Pil-mo

2012/03/06 | 407 views | Permalink | Source

Ahn Jae-wook pleaded his innocence to Lee Pil-mo.

On the thirtieth episode of MBC Establishment Special drama "Lights and Shadows" aired on the 6th, Kang Ki-tae (Ahn Jae-wook) was framed and taken to the prosecutors. This was all going according to Cha Soo-hyeok's (Lee Pil-mo) plan.

Kang Ki-tae ran into Cha Soo-hyeok in the hallway and told him anxiously, "I didn't think I would be this pathetic in asking you this but I am clutching at straws here and if I don't do anything I might never be able to get out and die".

He continued, "I'm innocent. I can't accept theses charges being put against me". He pleaded for help. He called Cha Soo-hyeok's name even as he was being dragged awat but Cha Soo-hyeok couldn't say anything. He just stared at the back of Kang Ki-tae being dragged away.

Meanwhile, Kang Ki-tae met Jo Tae-soo (Kim Roi-ha) in prison and planned to escape from prison.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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