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[Spoiler] "Golden Rainbow" Jung Il-woo points out Jo Min-ki

2014/02/02 Source

Jung Il-woo thinks Jo Min-ki drove Kim Sang-joong to his death.

On the MBC weekend drama "Golden Rainbow", Han-joo (Kim Sang-joong) died because of Jin-ki (Jo Min-ki).

Do-yeong (Jung Il-woo) started suspecting Jin-ki (Jo Min-ki) for the fact that Jo Kang-doo was involved with this case. He was sure about the assistant's statement that his father left without his driver and she heard crying from the room.

Do-yeong asked Yeong-hye if she spoke to Han-joo on the phone on the day of the case and she said, "I didn't talk to him. I lost my cell phone right after meeting the deputy-president Seo".

Do-yeong asked his father where he was from 2:00PM to 4:00PM on the day of Han-joo's death. He said, "I want your alibi. You gave the order to kill didn't you? You killed him?"

Meanwhile, Ha-bin (Cha Ye-ryun) planned to steal the inheritance of Jeong-sim (Park Won-sook) who had Alzheimer's.

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