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[Spoiler] "God's Gift - 14 Days" Kim Tae-woo was Cho Seung-woo's brother's inspector

2014/03/18 | Permalink | Source

Cho Seung-woo and Kim Tae-woo had met through Jung Eun-pyo's case.

On the episode of the SBS drama "God's Gift - 14 Days" on the 18th, Ki Dong-chan (Cho Seung-woo) found out his relationship with Kim Soo-hyeon's (Lee Bo-young) husband Han Ji-hoon (Kim Tae-woo).

Ki Dong-chan started investigating Set-byeol's murderer case and found out Cha Dong-sub (Kang Sung-jin) and Han Ki-tae who killed him weren't the culprits. Someone had been manipulating them.

Ki Dong-chan figured it had to do something with revenge and started investigating cases involving Kim Soo-hyeon's husband.

He then found out that her husband was the investigator in charge of booking his brother Ki Dong-ho (Jung Eun-pyo) for child kidnapping and murder.

Later, he thought Jang Moon-soo (Oh Tae-kyung), the son of a prisoner who was sentenced to death, was the likely criminal.

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