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[Spoiler] "School 2017" Kim Sejeong and Kim Jung-hyun investigate school food corruption

2017/08/28 | 252 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Sejeong and Kim Jung-hyun found food past the expiration date on the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "School 2017" Hyeon Tae-woon (Kim Jung-hyun) looked into the school food corruption and Yang Do-jin (Kim Eung-soo) was desperate to find X, the disguised person.

The students of the school thought something tasted weird, but ate their lunch anyway because they were hungry. However, there was something off with the food and Ra Eun-ho (Kim Sejeong) and the other students suffered stomach pains.

Oh Sa-rang's mother found expired food in the school lunch and argued with the principal who used her children's names and tried to silence her with money.

Meanwhile, the school lunch improved and Hyeon Tae-woon disguised himself as X once again. He headed to the school cafeteria but was caught by the police waiting for him.

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