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"Hidden Identity" Kim Beom, extreme until the end

2015/08/04 Source

Kim Beom from "Hidden Identity" miraculously lived.

On the final episode of the tvN drama "Hidden Identity", Kim Beom almost died after being stabbed but he recovered and became a member of the fifth squad.

Cha Gun-woo (Kim Beom) and Choi Tae-pyeong (Lee Won-jong) got on the bus that hid the VD-108. However, they got into a struggle with the Ghost Gang and Choi Tae-pyeong found the VD-108 which he tried to dismantle. He was at risk of losing his life.

Cha Gun-woo approached the man who tried to stab Choi Tae-pyeong and put himself at knife point instead. He was stabbed but stabbed the man too. When Choi Tae-pyeong came up after dismantling the device, Gun-woo joked, "I think it's time for a break".

However, the ending showed that Cha Gun-woo was alive. He appeared with his blunt expression and said, "How's chicken and beer? Let me buy".

Squad 5 is now complete with Cha Gun-woo and Jang Moo-won (Park Sung-woong) in the lead.

Meanwhile, tvN drama "Rude Miss Young-Ae Season 14" is coming next.

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