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[Spoiler] 'Squad 38' Ma Dong-seok faces reprimand after throwing a punch at Oh Dae-hwan

2016/06/17 | 602 views | Permalink | Source

On the episode one of OCN Friday & Saturday drama, 'Squad 38', Baek Seong-il (Ma Dong-seok) and Cheon Seong-hee (Choi Soo-young) conducted a house search on warrant to collect unpaid tax from Ma Jin-seok (Oh Dae-hwan).

Baek Seong-il couldn't take Ma Jin-seok's nasty behaviors any longer and ended up throwing a punch at him. The chief officer of the collection agency, Ahn Tae-wook (Jo Woo-jin), called in Baek Seong-il and Baek Seong-il later was called in by the mayor of Seowon, Cheon Gap-soo (Ahn Nae-sang).

Cheon Gap-soo asked Baek Seong-il, "Why did you act like that? You're an eight year veteran" Baek Seong-il dropped his head and apologized. The mayor ordered Ahn Tae-wook to verify the details and send him to a disciplinary committee.

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