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[Spoiler] "Missing 9" Yeon Je-wook's death in Ryu Won's cell phone, Choi Tae-joon is the culprit

2017/02/23 | 426 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Tae-joon killed Yeon Je-wook.

On the episode of the MBC drama "Missing 9", the voice message in Yoon So-hee's (Ryu Won) cell phone was released.

Jang Do-pal (Kim Bup-rae) explained, "Tae-ho, the lost items from the island are here. They are in Jo Hee-kyeong's hands right now". Choi Tae-ho said, "Why are you telling me this now? I need to know if there's anything conclusive in there".

Choi Tae-ho then recalled visiting Sin Jae-hyeon (Yeon Je-wook) for a termination of contract from Legend Entertainment. Sin Jae-hyeon was Choi Tae-ho's shadow vocal. Sin Jae-hyeon had said, "How dare you when you don't even know how to make your own voice. Go and practice if you have time for this".

Choi Tae-ho then said, "I've been pretty good to someone who lends me just his voice". Sin Jae-hyeong was mad and said, "Fine. I'll disappear". But Choi Tae-ho pushed him and accidentally killed him. Yoon So-hee was on the phone with Sin Jae-hyeon and heard everything.

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