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[Spoiler] 'Maids' Oh Ji-ho risks his life to save Jung Yoo-mi

2015/03/06 | 861 views | Permalink | Source

On the 13th episode of JTBC Friday & Saturday drama, "Maids", Moo-myeong (Oh Ji-ho) put himself in danger in order to save Gook In-yeop (Jung Yoo-mi)'s life.

Gook In-yeop was jailed on a charge of reporting against one's master while she was trying to report the death case when her fellow maid, Ok-yi (Kim Hye-na), who conceived a baby with Heo Eung-cham (Park Chul-min), was killed.

In order to set free Gook In-yeop from jail and accommodate an opportunity for her to be able to meet Lee Bang-won (Ahn Nae-sang), Moo-myeong disclosed to Heo Eung-cham that he was a member of Manwoldang and has corroborative evidence with him.

Moo-myeong took out the corroborative evidence out of his clothes and handed it over to Heo Eung-cham. Heo Eung-cham promised he would arrange a meeting for Gook In-yeop to meet Lee Bang-won secretly.

Later Moo-myeong went to see Gook In-yeop in jail. When Gook In-yeop was worried she would not be able to meet Lee Bang-won, Moo-myeong assured her by saying, "Don't worry. You'll be able to meet him. I said I was a member of Manwoldang and I have corroborative evidence.

Later Moo-myeong said farewell to Kim Chi-kwon (Kim Kap-soo) and other Manwoldang members and went on his way to assassinate Lee Bang-won.

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