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[Spoiler] "The Guest - Drama" Ahn Nae-sang Is the Son of a Possessed Man

2018/10/31 | 163 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Yoon (Kim Jae-wook) discovered the scary truth on OCN drama "The Guest".

Choi Yoon, Yoon Hwa-pyeong (Kim Dong-wook) and Kang Gil-yeong (Jung Eun-chae) searched for someone who knew Father Yang's (Ahn Nae-sang) past. The 'someone' was a priest who said Father Yang was strange like Choi Yoon.

The priest said, "I was with him in the same service committee. He looked sincere then. Then he started changing saying he needed to know the devil. He said one of his family members had been possessed. When his parents passed, his brother, and Father Yang were adopted".

Then one night 20 years ago, Father Yang stood in his raincoat and mumbled to him, "God is not to be trusted. Human's can't beat the Devil" and attacked the priest.

Choi Yoon asked about Yang's brother. His brother was Lee Sang-chul, a shoe repairer. Yang was the son of Lee Chul-yong, the first person to ever have been possessed.

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