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[Spoiler] "Mr. Sunshine" Criminal Caught by Lee Byung-hun Betrayed Jin Goo

2018/08/12 Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Mr. Sunshine", Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) started investigating Lee Wan-ik (Kim Eui-sung).

Euegen asked Im Gwan-soo (Jo Woo-jin) about Lee Wan-ik and found out he was on intimate terms with Ito Hirubumi. Later, Eugene started questioning the person he's captured. The man asked for water and medicine, but Eugene ignored him. Then he asked how long he'd been there.

Eugene replied, "You knew you were going to get out". He took out a picture of the man with three other men. In the picture was also Go Ae-sin's (Kim Tae-ri) father.

Eugene said, "This picture must be old. Who are these people? What do they have to do with you?" The man replied, "One is the one I killed and another one is going to kill me". He thought of Go Ae-sin's parents who died because of his betrayal. After he was released, he saw Go Ae-sin and had a seizure.

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