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[Spoiler] "Liar Game" Lee Sang-yoon breaks rules of winning

2014/10/27 Source

Will Lee Sang-yoon and Kim So-eun win the games?

On the third episode of the tvN drama "Liar Game", a game worth two billion won took place.

This game ended with the victory of a minority side over a majority. With the rules being that anything could be done except violence to win the game, Da-jeong (Kim So-eun) said, "It sounds easier than I thought". However, this game was a brain fight. It was most important to be in the minority.

However, Woo-jin (Lee Sang-yoon) discovered a victory rule. Woo-jin ordered Da-jeong to find people to make a team first. The total number of people were 8 including the two of them. Woo-jin's idea was to divide the 2 billion won into 250 million won each. According to Jeong-ah's suggestion of making a contract, they made a contract and formed a team.

However, even after making a result Woo-jin had wanted, he said, "Something's not right. It's not normal". The half of them survived the game but the rest of them weren't disturbed. It meant that another team had been made besides their team. Woo-jin then said, "The rules of victory have been broken".

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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