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[Spoiler] "Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul-ho 2: Crime and Punishment" Kim Myung-kook Asks Park Shin-yang for a Promise

2019/03/18 | 225 views | Permalink | Source

On the episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul-ho 2: Crime and Punishment" on the 8th, Lee Jae-ryong (Kim Myung-kook) asks Jo Deul-ho (Park Shin-yang) for help.

Lee Jae-ryong is a key insider of the Daesan Welfeare Center, which was included in Lee Ja-kyeong's (Go Hyun-jung) revenge list and a fake priest who falsely incarnated churchgoers. Last week, he tried smuggling himself out, but was caught by Han Min (Moon Soo-bin) and was almost killed until Jo Deul-ho's team showed up, but Lee Ja-kyeong's threat to kill him continued.

In the meanwhile, a fearful Lee Jae-ryong goes to see Jo Deul-ho.

Lee Jae-ryong apparently spills out amazing facts about the Gukil Group. He also asks Jo Deul-ho to promise him something and shows extreme fear. What is he afraid of?

Source : star.mbn.co.kr/view.p...

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