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[Spoiler] "Witch's Court" Jung Ryeo-won counterattacks pervert

2017/10/17 Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Witch's Court", Ma Yi-deum (Jung Ryeo-won) was the victim of a hidden camera pervert.

She was investigating a case in which a suspect had installed a hidden camera in his ex-girlfriend's house and leaked the contents of the footage. She was taking a shower when she found a hidden camera in her bathroom. The pervert, Kim Sang-gyoon (Kang Seong-won) surrendered himself.

In front of Ma Yi-deum, Kim Sang-gyoon got on his knees and begged, "I'm sorry". Ma Yi-deum asked him if he liked what he saw and promised that she would destroy him.

Kim Sang-gyoon suddenly shifted and said, "I liked your back. I want to share it with others. How many years are you going to give me? I'll consider how far I want to go with your video depending on how you treat me".

In the end, Ma Yi-deum discovered that he was trying to get rid of evidence with an erasing program. She got a hold of the videos and won the case.

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