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[Spoiler] "Big Man" Kang Ji-hwan, used and discarded

2014/05/19 | 811 views | Permalink | Source

Kang Ji-hwan couldn't avoid prison.

Kang Dong-seok (Choi Daniel) completed the scenario to send his fake brother Kang Ji-hyeok (Kang Ji-hwan) to prison on the episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Big Man".

The investigators found out Kang Ji-hyeok was just a display name but all illegal activity and corruption pointed to him.

Yang Dae-sup (Jang Tae-sung) coincidentally overheard the conversation of the men working for Do Sang-ho (Han Sang-jin) and found out that Kang Ji-hyeok had been used by Hyeonseong Group.

Kang Jin-ah (Jung So-min) also knew instinctively that Kang Ji-hyeok was her real brother and asked for a DNA test. The results were negative and she told Ji-hyeok, "You're not my brother".

In front of the press, Kang Ji-hyeok said, "I am the CEO of Hyeonseong. All accusations made by the investigators..." In the preview of the eighth episode, he was seen wearing a prison uniform.

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