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[Spoiler] "Return" Lee Jin-wook Versus Shin Sung-rok

2018/01/25 | Permalink | Source

On "Return", Kim Hak-bum (Bong Tae-gyu) and Oh Tae-suk had pushed Seo Joon-hee (Yoon Jong-hoon) off a cliff in his car to hide their crime. Later, Joon-hee's body was found and investigations began.

However, Dok-go Young (Lee Jin-wook) suspected that the body was not Joon-hee's. He asked for a DNA test, but that didn't happen thanks to Oh Tae-suk (Shin Sung-rok).

Dok-go Young and Oh Tae-suk had a shared past. Nine years ago, Kim Hak-bum had attempted rape on a minor and Oh Tae-suk had quickly dealt with it while Dok-go Young watched. Dok-go Young told Oh Tae-suk, "The detective of 3 years then is now a very tough veteran detective now".

Later, Dok-go Young was attacked by strangers on a deserted road. He woke up 9 hours later and thought about Oh Tae-suk and Kim Hak-bum. He stopped Seo Joon-hee's funeral car and got permission for Joon-hee's father for a DNA test. The body wasn't Joon-hee's.

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