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[Spoiler] "Mystery Queen Season 2" Kwon Sang-woo, Choi Kang-hee and Park Byung-eun Collaborate

2018/04/12 | 222 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Mystery Queen Season 2", Ha Wan-seung (Kwon Sang-woo) and Yoo Seol-ok (Choi Kang-hee) worked on a case.

Yoo Seol-ok suspected, "One of the victims said the attacker didn't have his face covered, but another one said he did. He also started wearing gloves".

Woo Sung-ha (Park Byung-eun) said, "He's evolving. At first he only took off his clothes, but started rape and he went from bare face to masked face".

Yoo Seol-ok pointed out that he was becoming more dangerous and Woo Sung-ha said, "He won't stop at being a rapist. He's failed a couple times with previous victims so he will work on becoming perfect. We have to catch him before he gets better at this".

Yoo Seol-ok said, "He's also expanding his territory and he doesn't leave evidence. He's probably a monster by now".

Source : chicnews.mk.co.kr/art...

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