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[Spoiler] "Secret Door" Kim Min-jong's first appearance

2014/09/23 | 474 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Min-jong appeared fancily in the second episode of the SBS drama "Secret Door".

Lee Seon's (Lee Je-hoon) friend Sin Heung-bok (Seo Jun-young) was found dead.

The only witness to this was Seo Ji-dam (Kim Yoo-jung) and when she suggested doubt in the case, Byeon Jong-in (Jung Moon-sung) the investigator tried to have her captured.

Seo Ji-dam avoided those who were after her and was in danger of being kidnapped. Just then, Na Cheol-joo (Kim Min-jong) appeared and saved Seo Ji-dam. Na Cheol-joo is a protector of the East and is someone who will look after Seo Ji-dam from now on. He told her, "Don't hang around with dangerous people".

Meanwhile, Kim Min-jong is back in this drama for the first time in 2 years since "A Gentleman's Dignity".

"Secret Door" is a faction drama about the conflict between Yeong-jo who wants complete and royal power while his son Prince Sado wants equality.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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