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[Spoiler] "Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul-ho 2: Crime and Punishment" Kim Myung-gook and Lee Byung-wook Suspect Go Hyun-jung

2019/03/12 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul-ho 2: Crime and Punishment", Lee Jae-ryong (Kim Myung-kook) suspected Lee Ja-kyeong (Go Hyun-jung) of killing Kim Joon-cheol (Lee Hyo-jung).

Religious cult leader Lee Jae-ryong and Gong Chang-soo were suspicious Kim Joon-cheol's death and thought he'd been killed.

Lee Jae-ryong said, "Han Min (Moon Soo-bin) used to be in Daesan Welfare. Lee Ja-kyeong from Gukil, her name is familiar too".

Gong Chang-soo asked, "Lee Ja-kyeong?" and Gong Chang-soo replied, "The sister of the girl who died after organ transplant. She took over Gukil and killed Gook Hyeon-il (Byun Hee-bong). I wonder who's next?" He shook in fear.

Gong Chang-soo suggested they get rid of her first.

Later, the two visited Lee Ja-kyeong and tested her out, mentioning Daesan Welfare.

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