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[Spoiler] Why Jo Han-chul risks his life for Park Sang-min

2013/09/01 Source

Ha Eun-joong (Kim Jae-won) attempted to make a deal with Jang Tae-ha (Park Sang-min) on the twentieth episode of the MBC drama "Scandal". Of course, they both didn't mean it.

Jang Tae-ha was going to get rid of Ha Eun-joong and Ha Eun-joong was going to find evidence of his evil deeds himself. Sin Kang-ho (Jo Han-chul) interfered with Ha Eun-joong under Jang Tae-ha's orders.

When Ha Eun-joong said his USB was in the car, Jang Tae-ha asked him to bring it with Sin Kang-ho. Ha Eun-joong asked Sin Kang-ho what Jang Tae-ha was to him and asked if he would kill and burn for him.

Sin Kang-ho said, "He saved me. He's the first person who has ever considered me human". Jang Tae-ha was more than just 'boss' to him.

Ha Eun-joong mumbled something about killing under orders and Sin pressed him to hand over the USB.

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