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[Spoiler] "Two Weeks", Lee Joon-gi shot by Ryu Soo-yeong

2013/08/22 Source

Jang Tae-san (Lee Joon-gi) was in danger of being caught yet once again.

Jang Tae-san coincidentally ran into a woman in labor. He couldn't ignore her suffering from delivery. He washed diapers and even made her soup.

Park Jae-kyeong (Kim So-yeon) and Im Seung-woo (Ryu Soo-yeong) appeared at this house and the woman was surprised. Jang Tae-san claimed he wasn't the murderer and the woman told them nothing had happened and she was feeding the baby.

Park Jae-kyeong was quick to know and suspected the woman as well but she had already helped Jang Tae-san run away. However, he was caught by Im Seung-woo and faced him on a cliff. Im Seung-woo said, "You're under arrest for the murders of Oh Mi-sook and Ko Man-seok". However, Kim (Song Jae-rim) distracted Im Seung-woo with his gun pointed at Jang Tae-san and Jang Tae-san was shot.

Meanwhile, Jang Tae-san is on the run to be able to reach his daughter who is about to go into surgery.

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