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[Spoiler] "Misty" Ji Jin-hee Is Not Who He Seems to Be

2018/03/11 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the JTBC drama "Misty", Kevin Lee (Go Joon) defended Kang Tae-wook (Ji Jin-hee), the husband of Ko Hye-ran (Kim Nam-joo), a murder suspect.

Tae-wook joined a major law firm to prove Hye-ran was innocent. He showed his love for her by saying he was the only one who could protect her. Hye-ran pushed him away to keep him safe, but Tae-wook stayed next to her under the condition that he'd treat her like his client.

Tae-wook tried to keep the promise that he'd be next to her happy or sad, and comforted her to show her that his love for her was unchanging.

This made Tae-wook the greatest lover.

However, a witness stated that the suspect she saw wasn't a woman, but a man. In addition, Kang Ki-joon (Ahn Nae-sang) was spotted glaring at Tae-wook and Tae-wook showed the slightest shift in expression.

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