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[Spoiler] "Pride and Prejudice" Goo Dong-chi shocked to discover Moon Hee-man's murky history

2014/12/02 | 569 views | Permalink | Source

On the 11th episode of MBC drama, "Pride and Prejudice", which aired on December 2nd, Moon Hee-man (Choi Min-soo)'s crime in the past is discovered by Goo Dong-chi (Choi Jin-hyuk).

When Moon Hee-man was threatened into closing the case of Song A-Reum (Kwak Ji-min), which involved many big social figures, he decided to wrap up the case fast while he even had to abandon his team member in the interim. He was going to close the case quickly by prosecuting only the hospital owner who committed sexual assault and a member of parliament who committed an unfair hiring practice scandal.

However, Moon Hee-man somehow offends the lawyer, Oh Taek-gyoon (Choi Joon-yong), whom he asked to help him erase his criminal history. Oh Taek-gyoon leaks the document related to the hit and run case Moon Hee-man committed in 1999. Moon Hee-man finds out the situation when Oh Taek-gyoon calls him to say he dropped some document by accident when he was visiting the office and it is in Goo Dong-chi"s hands. Moon Hee-man becomes shocked and furious.

At the same time, Goo Dong-chi finds a USB from the document Oh Taek-gyoon left and confirms the voice from the USB is Moon Hee-man's telling 911 he is about to report an accident he found.

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