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[Spoiler] "God's Gift - 14 Days" Lee Bo-young and Cho Seung-woo realize what the scribbles mean

2014/04/14 Source

On "God's Gift - 14 Days", Lee Bo-young and Cho Seung-woo found out what the scribbles on the wall of Im Ji-kyu's cell meant.

Kim Soo-hyeon (Lee Bo-young) assumed Yoo Jin-woo (Im Ji-kyu) had the final clue to the whereabouts of her daughter Han Set-byeol (Kim Yoo-bin-I) and sneaked into the asylum he was in.

Kim Soo-hyeon met Yoo Jin-woo but someone attacked them. She cooperated with Yoo Jin-woo to get away from the attacker and led him away from the room.

Yoo Jin-woo started connecting the pictures on his wall with a highlighter then gave it to Kim Soo-hyeon. She too, started connecting the dots.

When Yoo Jin-woo turned off the lights, the scribbles showed the scene where Ki Dong-chan's (Cho Seung-woo) first love Lee Soo-jeong was murdered.

Ki Dong-chan was sure Yoo Jin-woo had witnessed the murder of Lee Soo-jeong.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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