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[Spoiler] "Monster - 2016" Park Ki-woong is getting scarier

2016/08/09 | Permalink | Source

Park Ki-woong is bringing out the devil in him.

On the thirty-ninth episode of the MBC drama "Monster - 2016", Do Gun-woo (Park Ki-woong) visited Byeon Il-jae (Jung Bo-suk) in prison.

Do Gun-woo asked if killing his stepfather was accidental.

"I thought I could get rid of the monster if I had a gun in my hand and I thought I could protect my mom. It took me 10 years to get the gun and this is the day".

"If you were planning on using me to get to Dodo Group, I was using you to take over it". Byeon Il-jae was shocked at how meticulous the plan was.

Do Gun-woo even pretended to get stabbed to make sure Oh Soo-yeon (Sung Yu-ri) became his woman. He was stabbed by men assumingly sent by Byeon Il-jae, but it turned out he had made a deal with Yang Dong-yi (Shin Seung-hwan) and made it seem like his life was in danger.

Do Gun-woo looked pitiful at first, although slowly, he's turning up his claws.

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