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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Sung Yu-ri blames herself for being silent about corruption

2016/05/03 Source

On the episode 12 of MBC's "Monster - 2016", the newly hired employees of Dodo Group kept investigating to uncover the truth about the carcinogen T9.

Oh Sooyeon (Sung Yu-ri) and Do Geon-woo (Park Ki-woong) walked into a care home where the researcher Kang Yong-deok had been confined. The two disguised themselves as lawyers and went to the place in order to protect the researcher.

Yangdongyi (Shin Seung-hwan) found out that the two people came into the care home while hiding their identities. Oh Sooyeon heard about this and ran away with Do Geon-wooand Kang Yong-deok.

However, the three people happened to come across Yangdongyi gang. Kang Yong-deok, who was trembling with fear, jumped onto the road without thinking much. The employees of the care home hit him with their car. Kang Yong-deok died in the accident. The last critical witness, who could reveal the truth about T9, disappeared.

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