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[Spoiler] "Bad Guys" ends successfully, while all eyes are on Kim Tae-hoon

2014/12/14 | 1280 views | Permalink | Source

While OCN drama "Bad Guys" ended successfully, all attention is now on actor Kim Tae-hoon.

Nielsen Korea studies showed that "Bad Guys" had an average of 4.3% and its record was 5.9% which is the most any OCN drama has ever recorded.

The final episode of "Bad Guys" showed Lee Jeong-moon (Park Hae-jin) being free of the charges for murdering Oh Gu-tak's (Kim Sang-joong) daughter. The one who cornered them was actually investigator Oh Jae-won (Kim Tae-hoon).

Oh Jae-won found Nam Goo-hyeon's (Kang Sin-il) director who was against his opinion, and told him what he'd done. Oh had lost his wife to a serial killer and when the killer didn't show remorse, Oh killed the killer's wife and that led to serial killing.

Meanwhile, Kim Tae-hoon is Kim Tae-woo's younger brother and has usually been in the bad guy role in various works.

Netizens say, "Kim Tae-woo, he is well-made", "I hope there's a second season", "Where else can you see such a performance?" and more.

Source : sports.mk.co.kr/view....

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