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[Spoiler] "Deep-rooted Tree" Garion is Jeong Ki-joon

2011/11/03 | 604 views | Permalink | Source

Garion (Yoon Je-moon) turned out to be Jeong Ki-joon.

On the 10th episode of SBS drama "Deep-rooted Tree" Lee Sin-jeok (Ahn Suk-hwan) went to find Garion and asked him if he wasn't the original handy man.

He put a knife to Garion's throat and accused him of being what he is. Garion told him he would tell him everything and when Lee Sin-jeok said, "Even if you do one wrong after a 100 rights you are dead", he replied "Then what should I do if I did one right but couldn't fulfill another?"

He continued, "What should one do if one carried out the order to rise in the world and gain fame but decided to ignore another order that came down after 24 years?" Lee Sin-jeok was in shock at these words.

At the same time, Do Dam-dek (Song Ok-sook) revealed her identity to Sim Jong-soo (Han Sang-jin), "Garion is the original. Jeong Ki-joon is Garion".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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