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[Spoiler] "Doubtful Victory" Yoon Kyun-sang Feels Murderous

2018/01/29 | 216 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Doubtful Victory", Lee Gwang-ho (Jun Gook-hwan) was primed to kill Kim Jong-sam (Yoon Kyun-sang).

Gwak Young-jae (Park Sung-geun) drove a car straight at Jong-sam. Kang Chul-gi (Jang Hyun-sung) threw himself into harm's way to save Jong-sam and was hurt instead. Jong-sam was furious to see Young-jae sitting behind the wheel.

However, Gwang-ho wasn't in a good situation either. The situation was messed up after Young-jae got arrested. Feeling uneasy, he pressured Ahn Tae-jung (Kim Young-pil). Tae-jung tried to use Gook Soo-ran (Yoon Yoo-sun), but changed his target to Jong-sam.

Tae-jung kidnapped Jin Jin-young (Jung Hye-sung) and suggested a trade with the evidence Soo-ran had. Jong-sam made the trade, but set out to catch Gwang-ho himself. He used the election as bait and managed to kidnap Gwang-ho.

He took him in a dark and enclosed space and said, "Look around. All the people you ordered to be killed were brought to places like this and were beaten up and killed". Gwang-ho asked what he wanted and Jong-sam replied, "Isn't it obvious? I want your life" as he pointed a gun his way.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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