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[Spoiler] 'Wanted' Clues for sixth mission related to relationship between husband and a woman, who is she?

2016/07/14 Source

On the episode 8 of SBS' Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Wanted, Jeong Hye-in (Kim Ah-joong) was handed over the sixth mission from someone in a clown costume when she went to meet her manager Kwon Kyeong-hoon (Bae Yoo-ram).

In the envelope from the clown, she found a photo showing her husband with an unknown woman. What could be the relationship with her Song Jeong-ho (Park Hae-joon) and the woman in the phot?.

The description of the sixth mission was to make Song Jeong-ho himself appear in the TV show and talk about the relationship between himself and the woman.

Hye-in thought, 'The target is Song Jeong-ho who shut down the show. The way that can reopen the show must be in the relationship between him and the woman'. And then she started taking actions.

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