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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Jo Bo-ah is lured with bait Kang Ji-hwan has tossed

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The power struggle among the heirs of Dodo Group gave Kang Gi-tan (Kang Ji-hwan) a good opportunity. On the episode 31 of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Monster - 2016", Do Sin-yeong (Jo Bo-ah) promised Kang Gi-tan she would invest with him.

On this day, Do Sin-yeong told Kang Gi-tan while discussing about investment opportunity, "Give this to me".

Do Sin-yeong said, "I'm also a stockholder of Dodo Group. There is no reason why I should be excluded from this battle over the management control". Kang Gi-tan smiled stealthily as Do Sin-yeong took the bait he tossed sneakily. Later, Kang Gi-tan told Moon Tae-gwang (Jung Woong-in), "The inheritance battle of Dodo group is getting interesting. I will keep watching and give it to the side that will benefit me most".

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