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[Spoiler] "Doubtful Victory" Yoon Kyun-sang Finds 100 Billion Won

2017/12/12 | 218 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Doubtful Victory", Kim Jong-sam (Yoon Kyun-sang) struggled to save Ddak-ji (Jeon Sung-woo).

Jong-sam was chased by Kim Yoon-soo's (Choi Dae-hoon's) men, but managed to grab the money and run. Detective Jin Jin-yeong (Jung Hye-sung) stopped him, but released when he said he needed to save someone. Baek Kyeong (Kim Dong-won-II) beat Ddak-ji for every moment Jong-sam was late.

Jong-sam revealed where the real money was, but felt betrayed to see Kang Cheol-gi (Jang Hyun-sung) on Baek Kyeong's side.

Gwak Yeong-jae (Park Sung-geun) snagged the money, but re-captured Ddak-ji and Jong-sam. The money was fake and the real stash was elsewhere. This took Ddak-ji out of harm's way and infuriated Lee Gwang-ho (Jun Gook-hwan) was furious to know the money was gone.

Source : sports.mk.co.kr/view....

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