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[Spoiler] 'Glamorous Temptation' Nam Joo-hyuk solves the coded message

2015/10/13 | Permalink | Source

"Glamorous Temptation" Nam Joo-hyuk was shocked when he figured out the meaning of the cryptogram.

On the 4th episode of MBC's "Glamorous Temptation", Jin Hyeong-woo (Nam Joo-hyuk) handed over a key, which was given by his father previously, to Han Yeongae (Na Young-hee).

Yeong-ae knew that it was the key for the secret safe and she found a part of the original copy of the slush fund account book in there.

Yeong-ae later disclosed that Jeong-gi (Kim Byung-se) had entered political circles as an assistant for Kang Seokhyeon (Jung Jin-young) and he had been forced to form the slush fund by Seok-hyeon.

When Hyeong-woo saw the coded message of the secret log of the slush fund, he remembered the time when his father had received such coded message from Seok-hyeon. Hyeong-woo succeeded in solving the coded message. It read as 'I'll take care of your son'. When he figured out the message, tears came into his eyes.

As Hyeong-woo realized the one who led his father to death was Seok-hyeon, he was determined to take a revenge on him. He kissed Seok-hyeon's daughter, Baek Sanghee (Kim Bo-ra) probably as part of his plan to take a revenge.

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