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[Spoiler] "Liar Game", the Presidential Game initiative goes to Lee Sang-yoon

2014/11/10 Source

The initiative to the presidential game went from Shin Sung-rok to Lee El to Lee Sang-yoon.

On the seventh episode of the tvN drama "Liar Game", Do-yeong (Shin Sung-rok) participated in the Presidential Games as a candidate.

Do-yeong pledged that he would collect a hundred million won in tax from the competitors and distribute government subsidies to his supporters in the first round. In the second round, Do-yeong pledged to give out all of the government subsidies to the first three people and it looked like Woo-jin (Lee Sang-yoon) was beat. Jamie's (Lee El) vote mattered to him but the initiative went over to her.

According to Woo-jin's advice, Jamie gathered 3 people who didn't belong to any party and formed a system. She approached a congressman and demanded, "We'll make you president so make a pledge based around us". Do-yeong laughed while he watched.

However, Dal-goo's (Jo Jae-yun) sacrifice caused the alliance to break and ironically the congressman had the superiority. His method of showing everyone what real politics is was to stop anyone from going near the voting box at all.

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