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[Spoiler] "Shark" murderers have Son Ye-jin fooled

2013/07/01 | Permalink | Source

"Shark" Son Ye-jin is being fooled by two very evil people.

On the eleventh episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Shark", Jo Sang-goo (Lee Jung-gil) pretended to be the most innocent person in front of Jo Hae-woo (Son Ye-jin) who tried to solve the case of missing Han I-soo (Kim Nam-gil).

Jo Sang-goo was a major business chairman who is respected by the whole country but was one with the sharpest teeth ever. He ordered bookstore owner to kill on Han Yeong-man (Jung In-gi), Han I-soo and Kang Hee-soo (Choi Deok-moon). Jo Hae-woo didn't know anything about this and still respected him.

The bookstore owner was also innocent looking but a scary character who committed murders. He put on a generous smile at Jo Hae-woo and said, "I have a book to deliver to the chairman. It's something he's been looking for a long time. You can deliver it to him". Hae-woo smiled at him and passed on the book without a doubt.

Meanwhile, Jo Sang-goo also started suspecting that Kim Joon was the missing Han I-soo.

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