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[Spoiler] "Criminal Minds" Lee Joon-ki arrests Jo Han-cheol

2017/08/17 | 345 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "Criminal Minds", the NCI was after Jang Ki-tae (Jo Han-cheol). He was arrested by Kim Hyeon-joon (Lee Joon-ki).

He kidnapped his wife and daughter and shot at Kim Hyeon-joon (Lee Joon-ki) during the chase. Kim Hyeon-joon stopped the car in surprise, but he wasn't hit. Then he went after Jang Ki-tae once again.

Kim Hyeon-joon caught up with Jang Ki-tae and yelled through the window, "Stop the car!" Jang Ki-tae slowed down to a stop as if he was determined to do something and the car stopped after hitting an obstacle and flipping over.

Kim Hyeon-joon approached the car with his hands up as Jang Ki-tae came out with a gun. Jang Ki-tae begged, "Save us. My family is in there". Kim Hyeon-joon arrested Jang Ki-tae and said, "It's over. Your family is already..." His family was found murdered in his home.

The ending came as a shock as Jang Ki-tae thought he'd kidnapped his family, but it was all a hallucination.

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