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[Spoiler] "Circle" Yeo Jin-goo finds out Han Sang-jin betrayed him

2017/06/26 | 439 views | Permalink | Source

"Circle" Yeo Jin-goo learned about Han Sang-jin's plan.

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Circle", Kim Woo-jin (Yeo Jin-goo) was shocked to find out who Park Dong-gun (Han Sang-jin) was.

Park Dong-gun asked Kim Woo-jin why he made things so difficult and Kim Woo-jin asked, "Were you one of them?"

Park Dong-gun said, "Not at first and not anymore but I need those files. You should understand that anyone would want that skill".

Kim Woo-jin said, "You should know everything. I'm the only one who saw that. It's all in my head. You can find it at my old house. You can see it in video so please complete my brother's surgery. I will then show it to you. If I refuse you or die everything is over".

Park Dong-gun agreed to this but Kim Woo-jin felt so betrayed.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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