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[Spoiler] "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" Yoon Kyun-sang's enemies Park Eun-seok and Ahn Nae-sang

2017/03/28 | 484 views | Permalink | Source

Ahn Nae-sang was crazy about capturing Yoon Kyun-sang. Park Eun-seok and Yoon Kyun-sang kept testing each other.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People", the place where Hong Gil-dong (Yoon Kyun-sang) appeared was thoroughly looked through.

Park (Seo Yi-sook), Prince Chungwon (Kim Jung-tae) and Soo-hak (Park Eun-seok) thought of catching Hong Gil-dong. Choong Won-goon said, "Hong Cheom-chi is visiting everyone one by one". Soo-hak said, "I will catch Gil-dong and present him to you".

Song Do-hwan (Ahn Nae-sang) said, "Those thieves are going to come out and play both sides in the middle".

On the other hand, Hong Gil-dong thought Eo Ri-ni (Jung Soo-in) was dead because of Prince Chungwon and decided to kill him.

Soo-hak asked Gil-dong, "Didn't you have a first name?" and Gil-dong answered, "How did you know?"

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