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[Spoiler] "Golden Cross" Jung Bo-suk, kills Lee Dae-yeon too

2014/05/07 | Permalink | Source

How far did Seo Dong-ha go?

On the seventh episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Golden Cross", Seo Dong-ha (Jung Bo-suk) tried killing Kang Joo-wan (Lee Dae-yeon) after killing Kang Ha-yoon (Kim Min-ji).

While Kang Do-yoon (Kim Kang-woo) joined hands with Gal Sang-joon (Park Byung-eun) and Im Kyeong-jae (Park Won-sang) to solve the case, Seo Dong-ha and Park Hee-seo's (Kim Kyu-chul) intent to kill Kang Joo-wan was laid out according to plan.

Previously, Kang Joo-wan had been hospitalized after drinking poison from Park Hee-seo. Park Ki-joo was forced by Park Hee-seo to act like a doctor and kill Kang Joo-wan, but was caught by Seo I-rae (Lee Si-young) and failed. Seo Dong-ha approached Kang Joo-wan at the hospital and the episode ended.

Meanwhile, in the preview of the eighth episode, Kang Joo-wan's death was foreseen.

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