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[Spoiler] 'Masked Prosecutor' begins with childhood promise between Kim Sun-ah and Joo Sang-wook

2015/05/20 | 515 views | Permalink | Source

The first episode of KBS 2TV's "Masked Prosecutor" showed the childhood promise about their love and dream between young Dae-cheol (Joo Sang-wook) and Min-hee (Kim Sun-ah).

Do-seong (Park Young-gyu) strategically wanted to raise Dae-cheol to become a prosecutor full of vigorous intention to take a revenge for his purpose. Dae-cheol was well-known as the most troublesome student and even his homeroom teacher once advised them to forget about studying. However Do-seong believed Dae-cheol would be able to make it happen without any doubt.

Do-seong, who was an scientist said, "Trust me. You have the gene. You'll become one for sure".

Under these circumstances, Min-hee asked Dae-cheol, "Do you actually believe you'll be able to become a prosecutor?". She laughed at Dae-cheol's hopeless dream and scoffed at his unlikely plan.

Dae-cheol offended by her attitude said, "What if I become one?" Min-hee responded, "The possibility should be one millionth. But I'll think twice about dating you then. Good luck".

Much later, Dae-cheol became a prosecutor and he met Min-hee again. Therefore, the romance between the two has begun.

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