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[Spoiler] 'Assembly' Jung Jae-young finds out true identity of Ok Taecyeon

2015/08/19 | 730 views | Permalink | Source

On the 11th episode of KBS 2TV Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Assembly", Jin Sang-pil (Jung Jae-young) found out about Kim Gyoo-hwan (Ok Taecyeon)'s true identity.

On this day, Jin Sang-pil attended his supporting group organized by the citizens of Gyeongje city. He later visited Bae Dal-soo (Son Byung-ho)'s charnel house. However, he encountered Kim Gyoo-hwan there.

In the previous story, Kim Gyoo-hwan got the intern position as an assistant for Jin Sang-pil so that he could avenge his father's death as he believed Jin Sang-pil was responsible for his father Bae Dal-soo's tragedy. However, Kim Gyoo-hwan later realized he misunderstood Jin Sang-pil and finally became to acknowledge Jin Sang-pil's true side.

However, his identity was revealed. An alumni from Jin Sang-pil's supporting groupe asked Kim Gyoo-hwan if he was Bae Hyu-hwan. When Byeon Seong-gi (Sung Ji-ru) saw this situation, he became suspicious. Jin Sang-pil also found out that Bae Dal-soo's son, whom he had had to let leave, how the relationship between the two will move the story forward is drawing attention.

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Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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