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[Spoiler] "Defendant" Was it Oh Chang-suk who killed Son Yeo-eun?

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Was it Oh Chang-suk who killed Son Yeo-eun?

Jeong-woo (Ji Sung) struggled to recover his memory on the fourth episode of the SBS drama "Defendant".

Jeong-woo was in trouble again. He was thought to have cigarettes in prison so he was taken to the penalty room.

He tried to explain that it wasn't his and it wasn't true, but no one listened to him.

The reason was simple; someone was trying to get in the way of him preparing for trial. Min-ho (Uhm Ki-joon) was behind all this.

Still, Jeong-woo didn't give up. He was losing his memory and struggled to gather evidence.

Eun-hye (Kwon Yuri) approached Jeong-woo. She had been suspicious about his loss of memory. She tried to sound him out, but she had to admit that he didn't remember anything.

She then told him, "I'll help you. I'll be your hands and feet". Jeong-woo accepted her help with tears.

At the end of the episode, Jeong-woo remembered one thing; before his wife died, someone had visited their house. He called Joon-hyeok (Oh Chang-suk) right away, but it turned out it was Joon-hyeok who came that day.

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