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[Spoiler] 'Mask' unexpected shocking twist is hidden in Ju Ji-hoon's memory

2015/05/28 | 939 views | Permalink | Source

"Mask" Ju Ji-hoon's forgotten memory revealed he had tried to strangle Soo Ae.

On the second episode of SBS' Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Mask", Choi Min-woo (Ju Ji-hoon) who suffered memory disorder, went through hypnosis therapy to help him recall the swimming pool accident.

Min-woo could not remember what had happened at the moment when Seo Eun-ha (Soo Ae) had fallen into the water. He went through the hypnosis therapy in order to prove he's innocent.

The therapy helped him recall some of the memories from the swimming pool accident. Eun-ha hurt Min-woo's feeling when she mentioned the fact he was born of a concubine. The two conflicted with each other over the issue. And then he took Eun-ha by the throat. He woke up from the hypnosis therapy right at the moment he recollected such a shocking moment.

Min-woo could not reveal what he saw during the therapy. According to the hint provided by the previous episode of the drama, it seemed that Min-woo had not killed Eun-ha. What was revealed in this episode added such an unexpected shocking twist to the storyline.

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Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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