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[Spoiler] "Mad Dog" Woo Do-hwan looks for his brother's insurance policy

2017/11/02 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Mad Dog", Choi Kang-woo (Yoo Ji-tae) and Kim Min-joon (Woo Do-han) were looking for Kim Beom-joon's (Kim Young-hoon) insurance policy.

They were looking for the Tae-yang Insurance that was in the late Lee Mi-ran's will. Choi Kang-woo found all of Kim Beom-joon's insurances, but the paper was different between them.

Choi Kang-woo found out that the paper type was discovered after Kim Beom-joon had applied for insurance. The insurance papers had been forged.

Kim Min-joon disguised himself as a deliveryman for the art gallery and went into Joo Hyeon-ki's (Choi Won-young's) house. Joo Hyeon-ki sensed something was wrong and came right back home, so Kim Min-joon couldn't gather anything. However, it was a fact that Joo Hyeon-ki had the original copies of the insurance policy.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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