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[Spoiler] "Golden Cross" Lee Si-young spots Jung Bo-suk's intent to kill

2014/05/14 | Permalink | Source

Lee Si-young spotted her father Jung Bo-suk about to commit murder.

Seo I-rae (Lee Si-young) spotted her father Seo Dong-ha (Jung Bo-suk) at the murder scene on the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Golden Cross".

Seo I-rae knew Seo Dong-ha was the culprit and looked through the hospital CCTV records. It showed that Seo Dong-ha was quickly in and out of Kang Joo-wan's (Lee Dae-yeon) room again.

She was shocked to see what she just saw. It was her father who seemed to be the murderer and not Park Ki-jool like she thought.

Do-yoon hid this fact from her and let her figure it out on her own. Now she had an even bigger reason to suspect her father of being the killer.

"Golden Cross" is about the revenge of a family that was sacrificed due to the secrets and plots of a secret club called Golden Cross.

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