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[Spoiler] "Criminal Minds" Lee Sun-bin and Lee Joon-gi set out to find 3 missing short track athletes

2017/09/07 | 257 views | Permalink | Source

Three short track athlete teenagers disappeared on the latest episode of tvN drama "Criminal Minds" and a victim's mother phoned Lee Sun-bin.

A mother realized her daughter was missing but the police wouldn't believe her so she called Min-yeong (Lee Sun-bin) and cried for help. Min-yeong and Hyeon-joon (Lee Joon-gi) suggested that Seon-woo (Moon Chae-won) check it out and they headed for the village. The kidnapper obsessed with a particular date and stripped his victims to their underwear. He knew their names. The parents of these girls gathered at the police station. NCI concluded the kidnapping as an act born of a grudge and started investigating the case.

Meanwhile, "Criminal Minds" can be seen every Wednesday and Thursday at 10:50 PM KST.

Source : www.topstarnews.net/d...

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