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[Spoiler] "Iris 2" Lee Beom-soo betrays Kim Seung-woo

2013/03/07 | Permalink | Source

Lee Beom-soo betrayed Kim Seung-woo.

On the KBS 2TV drama "IRIS 2" on the 7th, Yoo Joon-won (Lee Beom-soo) betrayed Park Cheol-yeong (Kim Seung-woo) and pointed a gun at him.

Park Cheol-yeong met Yoo Joong-won as he was running away after being shot. When Yoo asked who did it, he answered, "Yoo Gun (Jang Hyuk) from Iris was also there".

"He's the one who kidnapped Yeon-hwa (Im Soo-hyang) in Hungary. It was weird he didn't remember me but it's certain he's helping the Iris.

Park Cheol-yeong said, "We need to find a way to contact North Korea and then find Yeon-hwa". Yoo Joong-won pointed a gun at him and said, "Captain, thank you for everything" and killed him.

Yoo Joong-won then looked at the dead body and talked to himself, "I betrayed my country? I have never given up my country. It's just that your idea and my idea of a country were different".

Meanwhile, Jang Hyuk was confused because of his tampered memory.

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