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[Spoiler] "The Night Watchman's Journal", when will Sadam's evil deeds end?

2014/09/30 | Permalink | Source

Kim Sung-oh forced Kim Heung-soo and Ko Sung-hee to spend the night together.,

On the eighteenth episode of the MBC drama "The Night Watchman's Journal", Sadam (Kim Sung-oh) led Doha (Ko Sung-hee) into Kisan Gun's (Kim Heung-soo) bedroom.

Kisan Gun tried to bring in Park Soo-jong's (Lee Jae-yong-I) daughter Park Soo-ryeon (Seo Ye-ji) into his palace, but Sadam suggested Doha to take revenge on Lee Rin instead (Jung Il-woo).

Later, Sadam used Mae-ran Bang-joo (Moon Bo-ryung) to bring Doha into her room and erased her memory. Doha then followed Sadam into Kisan Gun's bedroom. Fat Monk (Ko Chang-seok) and Song Nae-gwan (Lee Se-chang) witnessed this.

Fat Monk and Song Nae-hwan ran to tell Lee Rin and said, "Doha was taken to the Majesty's bedroom by Sadam. He's going to force them to spend the night together". Lee Rin ran to the bedroom and Kisan Gun was furious that Lee Rin barged into the room and pointed his sword at him.

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