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[Spoiler] "Feel Good To Die" Kang Ji-hwan Surprises With Moral Standards

2018/11/14 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Feel Good To Die", Kim Jin-sang (Kang Ji-hwan) showed a more humane side.

Jin-sang learned that Roo-da (Baek Jin-hee) was the whistle-blower. She said, "If I hadn't done it, people wouldn't have made it to the evaluation. The company says every year is a risk, but the guys up there aren't doing anything and leaving it to the guys down here. I stopped that. I did a good thing".

The company asked each team had to choose someone they couldn't trust in order to find the whistle blower.

Jin-sang spoke out. He said, "You can't digitize the most untrustworthy person on Excel. Results like these is what you get from an irrational team who is given such evaluation standards".

"There's no criminal. The one who calls out the criminal is the criminal. The whistle-blower is not the criminal". He was then taken out.

Kang Ji-hwan has been a pain in the neck, but his humane side is causing a stir.

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