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[Spoiler] "Mad Dog" Yoo Ji-tae and Woo Do-hwan's power struggle

2017/10/18 | 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-hwan) worked on the same case.

Min-joon told Kang-woo that he was the brother of the airplane terrorist that killed his family. Kang-woo was outraged and grabbed him by the collar, strangling him. Just then, a video played on Kang-woo's computer.

The video was of illegal activities committed by Jang Ha-ri (Ryu Hwa-young), Park Soon-jeong (Jo Jae-yun) and On Nuri (Kim Hye-sung) everytime Kang-woo solved a case. Min-joon used the video to threaten Kang-woo and said, "Get me what I want". Kang-woo had to let Min-joon go.

Meanwhile, Kang-woo was investigating Kang Eun-joo when he found Min-joon sneaking into her house. Kang-woo mentioned his dead wife and son and asked Min-joon why he wasn't dead yet.

He said, "People like you are living well off with the insurance money from the Flight 801 crash so how can I die? I am going to put garbage like you away for good".

Source : www.asiae.co.kr/uhtml...

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