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[Spoiler] "Sign" shuddering reversal, murderer poisoned

2011/02/16 | 468 views | Permalink | Source

An unbelievable twist occured in "Sign"

On the thirteenth episode of SBS drama "Sign" on the 16th Yoon Ji-hoon (Park Shin-yang) proved Jeong Cha-young's innocence. Not willingly. The poison antimony he used didn't even have a known fatal dose. Yoon Ji-hoon started looking for evidence.

He found out the pharmaceutical company Jeong Cha-young runs was newly developing a medicine using the poison of a puffer fish.

Those who found out about Jeong Cha-young's corruption were being poisoned to death by him one by one. The last one was Lee Cheol-won, he requested a meeting with Jeong Cha-young. Lee Cheol-won begged him for forgiveness and to be let live. Jeong Cha-young gave him a drink and he had on too saying he didn't poison it.

However, Lee Cheol-won had poisoned the drink. He was to marry the dead Han Tae-joo. She had been pregnant when she was killed and he chose to kill Jeong Cha-young for revenge. Then he killed himself the same way. The story ended in a tragedy.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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