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[Spoiler] "Shark" Nam Bo-ra has been kidnapped

2013/07/09 | Permalink | Source

Nam Bo-ra has been kidnapped.

On the fourteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Shark", Han I-soo (Kim Nam-gil) kidnapped Jo Hae-woo's (Son Ye-jin) father Jo Eui-seon (Kim Kyu-chul) and threatened Jo Sang-gook (Lee Jung-gil).

Jo Sang-gook and Han I-soo were at extreme conflict with each other. Jo Sang-gook warned him that his sister wouldn't be safe either. Han I-soo presented his sister, Han I-hyeon (Nam Bo-ra) with shoes that had a tracer on them and told Byeon Bang-jin (Park Won-sang) who adopted her, that she was in danger.

However, she wasn't safe. A stranger approached her and gave her a note that said Han I-soo was alive and she got in a taxi to follow him.

Han I-soo found out she was in danger and followed her tracker but only her shoes were waiting for him. Someone was manipulating him.

Han I-soo teared up, worried about his sister but decided on revenge once again, with her shoes in his arms.

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