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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Park Ki-woong reveals himself in front of Dodo group family members

2016/05/17 | 1707 views | Permalink | Source

On the episode 16 of MBC's "Monster - 2016", Do Geon-woo (Park Ki-woong) revealed his identity to Do-choong (Park Young-gyu) and his family members.

Geon-woo appeared in front of Hwang Gwui-ja (Kim Bo-yun), who is Do-choong's wife and Don Sin-yeong (Jo Bo-ah)'s mother, and Do-choong's youngest daughter, Don Sin-yeong. Gwui-ja and Sin-yeong scowled at Geon-woo. Geon-woo in return did not get intimidated at all and showed his smile to them.

How the storyline will move forward in terms of the relationship between Do-choong's family and Geon-woo, the child born outside marriage is drawing attention. Drama fans are also paying attention as to whether or not Geon-woo will be able to accomplish what he wants confronting the family.

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