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[Spoiler] "Shark" Tragic finale, Kim Nam-gil's life is at stake

2013/07/30 | Permalink | Source

On the July 30th broadcast of the final episode of "Shark", Lee Jung-gil shoots Kim Nam-gil in the neck.

Han I-soo (Kim Nam-gil) left a key for Han Yeong-man (Jung In-gi) which could be the evidence that Choi Byeong-gi left behind.

The murder of two finally became public. Additionally, Jo Hae-woo (Son Ye-jin) said to Jo Sang-deuk (Lee Jung-gil) that he is officially guilty of brutality and murder. Because of this, Jo Sang-deuk (Lee Jung-gil) would soon lose his wealth and power. He then attempted to commit suicide with a gunshot to his own head, but failed to do so because Mrs. Park (Jung Kyung-soon) had taken the bullets from his gun.

Before Jo Sang-deuk (Lee Jung-gil) was taken away from the police, he was asked to make one last statement, he shouted, "I have been living for the country! That is all I want to say!"

As Jo Hae-woo (Son Ye-jin) was in sight of Han I-soo (Kim Nam-gil), he was shot in the neck from behind and fell to the ground, he fell into a coma and became hospitalized. The ending showed Son Ye-jin staying by Kim Nam-gil's side while time passed, crying eloquently.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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