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[Spoiler] "Golden Cross" Kim Kang-woo's father gives hint on hands

2014/04/24 | Permalink | Source

Kim Kang-woo's father tried to resolve things with his son using hints written on his hands.

KBS 2TV drama "Golden Cross" on the 24th showed Kang Do-yoon (Kim Kang-woo) visiting his father, who was framed, at jail to resolve matters.

Do-yoon went to see his father absent-mindedly, as his promotion as a prosecutor was postponed. He believed his father killed his sister. He said, "I lived the past ten years for this day, now how do I go on".

Just as he was about to turn away, Kang Joo-wan (Lee Dae-yeon) called him back. He saw some writing on his hands.

Joo-wan had written the name of Park Hee-seo who had helped with hiding the truth about the real person who killed his daughter. Kang Do-yoon, looking out for the guard, said, "This is right. Isn't it?" as tears welled from his eyes.

This scene was a relief to many as they wanted Kang Do-yoon to make it up with his father. Joo-wan had been played with by the higher class and finally managed to tell his son that he had nothing to do with it.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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