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[Spoiler] "Doubtful Victory" Yoon Kyun-sang's Takes on Crime

2017/11/28 | 203 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Doubtful Victory", Kim Jong-sam (Yoon Kyun-sang) transformed from a condemned prisoner to a detective.

Our hero, Kim Jong-sam, was framed and thrown in prison for ten years and so was his fellow prisoner Scab (Jeon Sung-woo). Scab was released first, leaving Jong-sam alone to wonder about what he should do with the dead body of Oh Il-seung.

At the same time, Gook Soo-ran (Yoon Yoo-sun) got a call that Oh Il-seung's body was not yet retrieved and was anxious. She called in a meeting after hearing the thief was on death row. She secretly met with Lee Gwang-ho (Jin Gook-hwan) who ordered a hit on Jong-sam.

Jong-sam wanted to move Oh Il-seung's body somewhere it would easily be found. Then, he found out that a hit was out on him. Jin Jin-yeong (Jung Hye-sung) found a body, but it wasn't Il-seung; it was Jong-sam. His face and prints matched Il-seung's ID, shocking Jin-yeong.

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