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[Spoiler] "Pride and Prejudice", who is Baek Jin-hee's brother's murderer?

2014/11/17 | 553 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Jin-hyuk mentioned the murderer of Baek Jin-hee's brother on the seventh episode of the MBC drama "Pride and Prejudice".

Han Yeol-moo resented Goo Dong-chi for ignoring the fact that he'd witnessed the murder of her brother Han-byeol. Even her family resented him for turning a blind eye.

Goo Dong-chi told Han Yeol-moo everything he saw that lnight. He said, "Han-byeol was scared. I was sorry for a long time, but the murderer disappeared so I couldn't say I was the witness. The murderer disappeared without a trace - it was so scary".

"I was scared no one would believe me and think of me as the criminal. So I became a prosecutor. I'm the only one who saw the criminal. My memory is the evidence".

Han Yeol-moo asked if he found the murderer but Goo Dong-chi said, "No, but I'm sure of one thing - the one who killed Han-byeol is an investigator".

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