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[Spoiler] "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" Kim Ji-suk is behind the Soogidan

2017/04/10 | 578 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Ji-suk was behind the Soogidan.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People", Yeon San-goon (Kim Ji-suk) was behind it all.

Yeon San-goon was furious to find out that it was Hong Gil-dong (Yoon Kyun-sang) who went around the country to get everyone on his side.

Hong Gil-dong had hidden his identity and pretended to be someone else in front of Yeon San-gun.

Hong Gil-dong handed Yeon San-gun a list he got from Choong Won-gun. He said he would put Yeon San-gun in jail if he had anything to do with the bad deeds on that list.

However, it was Yeon San-gun who was behind the Soogidan. He called in Song Do-hwan (Ahn Nae-sang) and said, "I told you to be discreet. I didn't tell you to leave around the list anywhere".

Song Do-hwan apologized for not having done the right thing.

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