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[Spoiler] "Two Cops" The Past Comes to Light

2018/01/08 | 199 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Two Cops", Cha Dong-tak (Jo Jung-suk) was in danger.

With Gong Soo-chang (Kim Seon-ho), Dong-tak grew closer to the truth behind the accident that occurred in Incheon sixteen years ago.

Soo-chang's father was framed as the culprit when he died and the detective in charge, Song Ji-suk, also died after being cornered as a corrupted detective. Even detective Jo Hang-joon (Kim Min-jong), who was after the witness Kim Jong-doo, also died.

Behind this whole accident were father and son Tak Jung-hwan (Choi Il-hwa) and Taek Jae-hee (Park Hoon). Jae-hee was the cause of the accident and Tak Jung-hwan had made everything up to save his son.

Dong-tak and Soo-chang worked together to reveal the truth while Jae-hee wanted to stop that from happening.

In the end, Dong-tak was attacked by a black helmet and Soo-chang couldn't help.

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