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[Spoiler] "Doubtful Victory" Drug Addict Becomes Dangerous

2018/01/08 | 157 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Doubtful Victory", former President Lee Kwang-ho (Jeon Gook-hwan) and his son Lee Young-min (Baek Sung-kwang) were wrapped up in a drug case. Young-min was a drug addict.

Young-min acted crazily while high, attacking people like Jin Jin-yeong (Jung Hye-sung), who tried to stop him.

Viewers enjoyed the role, saying, "He'd always been so quiet so the zombie act was really thrilling", "It was his best performance yet", and more.

Oh Il-seung (Yoon Kyun-sang) and Jin-young were looking into the drug case when they made an offer to Jang Sung-pil.

However, Lee Gwang-ho abandoned Jang Pil-sung. Pil-sung waited in the interrogation room, but when he realized he'd been abandoned, he was furious.

In the end, Jang Pil-sung accepted Oh Il-seung's offer. "How did the prosecutor and Madame Hong die? There was someone else with a knife that night and neither of them were stabbed to death".

The culprit was Gook Soo-ran's (Yoo Yoo-seon's) son Lee Young-min. Gwang-ho was going to ditch his adopted son Young-min, but Gook Soo-ran struggled to protect her son.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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