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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Kang Ji-hwan returns, Jung Bo-suk gets nervous

2016/06/27 | 1524 views | Permalink | Source

On the episode 27 of MBC Monday & Tuesday drama, Kang Gi-tan (Kang Ji-hwan) went to the place where Byeon Il-jae (Jung Bo-suk) was having his campaign.

On this day, when Kang Gi-tan woke up from unconsciousness after one year since he fell in coma, he became Jo Gi-ryang (Choi Jong-won)'s son, which placed him on the second rank of Hwapyeongdan. Kang Gi-tan strongly backed by Jo Gi-ryang, came back to Korea from China in order to continue his revenge against Byeon Il-jae.

Kang Gi-tan ordered Yoo Seong-ae (Claudia Kim) and Ok Chae-ryeong (Lee El) to bring in Moon Tae-gwang (Jung Woong-in), and Lee Soo-tak (Kang Han-saem), who had been expelled from Dodo Group.

Kang Gi-tan decided to visit the place where Byeon Il-jae was holding his campaign for the election of Seoul city major.

Kang Gi-tan said, "Even when I was hanging between life and death, I could not forget the face". When he showed up at the campaign place, Byeon Il-jae was shocked to see him. While Byeon Il-jae looked nervous, Kang Gi-tan looked relaxed smiling at Byeon Il-jae.

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