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[Spoiler] "Mask" Ju Ji-hoon recovers memory of Soo Ae's death

2015/07/23 | 3144 views | Permalink | Source

Ju Ji-hoon remembered his sister Yoo In-young's murder.

On the eighteenth episode of the SBS drama "Mask", Choi Min-woo (Ju Ji-hoon) remembered how Seo Eun-ha (Soo Ae) really died.

Byeon Ji-sook (Soo Ae) found out that her mother Kang Ok-soon (Yang Mi-kyung) failed to receive a liver transplant and died because of Choi Mi-yeon (Yoo In-young). Byeon Ji-sook almost fell into the pool while confronting Choi Mi-yeong about this.

Unlike the past when Choi Mi-yeon let Seo Eun-ha fall into the pool and die, this time she caught Byeon Ji-sook's arm and kept her from falling. Choi Min-woo saw that happen and recalled Seo Eun-ha's death.

Choi Min-woo had lost his memory because of the spiked wine he drank. He recalled his sister pushing Seo Eun-ha into the pool and killing her. He was appalled to find out that his sister was the killer.

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