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[Spoiler] "Triangle - Drama" Lee Beom-soo finds out about Im Si-wan

2014/07/01 | 595 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Beom-soo realized who Im Si-wan is.

On the eighteenth episode of the MBC drama "Triangle - Drama", Hwang Shin-hye (Oh Yun-soo) told Jang Dong-soo (Lee Beom-soo) about Yoon Yang-ha (Im Si-wan).

Hwang Shin-hye (Oh Yun-soo) knew who Yoon Yang-ha was. She told Heo Yeong-dal (Kim Jae-joong), "Yang-ha always lived in fear of being moved to another foster home. Chairman Yoon is likely to abandon him if he thinks Yang-ha is not worthy of being a good heir".

Hwang Shin-hye then started to look for information about Yoon Yang-ha. She then found out that Yoon Yang-ha was Jang Dong-cheol and Jang Dong-soo's brother Jang Dong-woo.

She called Jang Dong-soo and said, "I know who Jang Dong-woo is. Chairman Yoon Tae-joon adopted him. Yoon Yang-ha is Jang Dong-woo". Jang Dong-soo couldn't believe the person he fought so hard against was his brother.

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