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[Spoiler] "Mad Dog" Yoo Ji-tae and Woo Do-hwan work together for payback

2017/11/09 Source

Yoo Ji-tae and Woo Do-hwan are cooperating with each other.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Mad Dog", Kim Min-joon (Woo Do-hwan) was attacked by a stranger.

Choi Kang-woo (Yoo Ji-tae) knew and took Kim Min-joon home. Then he asked, "Why do you think I brought you home?"

Kim Min-joon replied sardonically, "Because you won't kill me until the job is over".

Mad Dog started binding up Joo Hyeon-ki (Choi Won-young) and Cha Joon-gyu (Jung Bo-suk) by using Taeyang Life Insurance's unpaid insurance money. Mad Dog also posted the names of people who didn't pay for their insurance on the civil homepage.

Over 2.1 billion won was charged to Taeyang Insurance overnight and Cha Joon-gyu and Taeyang Insurance was put on the defensive. Cha Joon-gyu had given 10 billion of the unpaid insurance money to Joo Hyeon-ki.

Next, Kim Min-joon began to play with the media. He said in an interview that it was strange Taeyang Insurance had unpaid insurance of over 2.1 billion won, but they were able to payoff his brother's insurance of 3,4 billion won. This further pressured Taeyang Insurance and Joo Hyeon-ki worried about his connection with the company.

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