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[Spoiler] "May Queen" Lee Duk-hwa killed Kim Jae-won's family

2012/11/11 | 940 views | Permalink | Source

Ko In-beom found out that Lee Duk-hwa was the one who cornered Kim Jae-won's parents to death.

On the twenty-sixth episode of the MBC drama "May Queen", Kang Dae-pyeong (Ko In-beom) uncovered the truth about his son and Kang San's (Kim Jae-won) father.

Dae-pyeong met a former man of Jang Do-hyeon's (Lee Duk-hwa) and former agent of the Central Intelligence Agency. Kang found out from him that Jang went after Kang San's father to get his hands on a micro film. Kang San's father died from a car accident while trying to avoid Jang.

The victim wasn't only Kang San's father. Cheon Hae-joo's (Han Ji-hye) father Yoon Hak-soo (Sun-woo Jae-duk) also died like this for the same reason.

Dae-pyeong was furious at this truth and decided to take revenge on Jang. However, he was also put at risk for his life according to Jang's plans.

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