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[Spoiler] "God's Gift - 14 Days" Kim Tae-woo finds out his child's kidnapper

2014/03/04 | Permalink | Source

Kim Tae-woo decided to take revenge on his daughter's kidnapper.

Kim Soo-hyeon (Lee Bo-young) and Han Ji-hoon (Kim Tae-woo) despaired over their daughter's death in the SBS drama "God's Gift - 14 Days".

The two of them lost their child and became estranged themselves. Han Ji-hoon found various pictures in his office and called his wife. He said, "I found the guy who killed Set-byeol. I am going to kill him myself".

Soo-hyeon had tried to kill herself in misery of losing her child. Ki Dong-chan (Cho Seung-woo) was threatened of his life and Ki Dong-ho (Jung Eun-pyo) was charged with murder.

Meanwhile, "God's Gift - 14 Days" is a mystery thriller about a mother Kim Soo-hyeon and former detective Ki Dong-chan travelling back in time to play mind games with the kidnapper who kidnapped and killed a little girl.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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