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[Spoiler] "Who Are You - School 2015" the real Go Eun-bi is alive

2015/05/26 | 1925 views | Permalink | Source

Kim So-hyun's twin sister is alive.

On the tenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Who Are You - School 2015", Kang So-yeong (Jo Soo-hyang) tried to bring out Lee Eun-bi's (Kim So-hyun) secret but Han I-ahn (Nam Joo-hyuk) and Gong Tae-gwang (Yook Sung-jae) stopped her.

As a result, Kang So-yeong became isolated by her classmates and her mother asked Gong Jae-ho (Jeon No-min) for a consultation. It was decided that Lee Eun-bi would be moved to a different school. Gong Jae-ho saw that Ko Eun-byeol was on the list of names involved with the Jeong Soo-in case. Gong Jae-ho tried to catch two rabbits at once by sending Eun-bi away.

However, Ko Eun-byeol who was thought to be dead appeared this day and Lee Eun-bi who was living under the pretence of being Ko Eun-byeol faced a new problem.

"Who Are You - School 2015" is one of the "School" series. An eighteen year-old girl turns over a new leaf because of her twin sister.

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