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[Spoiler] "Voice 2" Ends With Tension and Death

2018/09/16 | 1043 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the OCN drama "Voice 2", Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na) fell for a trap in the middle of an investigation.

Do Kang-woo (Lee Jin-wook) tracked down Bang Je-soo (Kwon Yool). Kang Kown-joo used her sensitive hearing to find out that the report at the goshiwon was real. She managed to save the hostages there and Do Kang-woo caught Bang Je-soo. Everything seemed to be going the right way.

Kang Kwon-joo then caught the sound of a child. She went back into the goshiwon and looked for the place the sound of the child was coming from. Bang Je-soo said he knew about her hearing abilities. When she arrived at the place, it was just a recording. When she held up the recording device, a bomb started ticking.

A middle-aged man in a car outside the goshiwon said Do Kang-woo would be back. The drama ended with Do Kang-woo glaring at Bang Je-soo with fury in his eyes.

Source : www.moneyweek.co.kr/n...

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