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[Spoiler] "Defendant" Uhm Hyun-kyung becomes allies with the prosecutors

2017/03/06 | 893 views | Permalink | Source

Uhm Hyun-kyung betrayed Eom Ki-joon.

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Defendant", Na Yeon-hee (Uhm Hyun-kyung) betrayed Cha Min-ho (Uhm Ki-joon).

Cha Yeong-woon (Jang Gwang) was going to frame Min-ho for all the corruption. However, he had to do this without Cha Min-ho finding out. He visited Cha Min-ho's house early in the morning and said, "I am going to give you everything one by one".

Cha Yeong-woon told Cha Min-ho, "Cha Myeong will become yours. Take care of it". However, Na Yeon-hee sensed something was up when Cha Yeong-yoon visited suddenly. Cha Min-ho didn't know anything but told her it was alright.

There was a twist. It was Na Yeon-hee who tipped off the prosecutors so that Cha Myeong could be investigated. She knew that her husband would be arrested but she did it anyway.

Source : biz.heraldcorp.com/vi...

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