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[Spoiler] 'Monster - 2016' Sung Yu-ri seduces Park Ki-woong to save Kang Ji-hwan

2016/06/13 | Permalink | Source

On the episode 23 of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Monster - 2016", Oh Soo-yeon (Sung Yu-ri) played a bet with Do Geon-woo (Park Ki-woong) in order to save Kang Gi-tan (Kang Ji-hwan), who had been framed for a murder and imprisoned unfairly.

Oh Soo-yeon felt outraged about the fact Kang Gi-tan was imprisoned unfairly and tried to save him. She asked Lee Soo-tak (Kang Han-saem) to help Kang Gi-tan clear his name. However, Lee Soo-tak wouldn't budge.

Oh Soo-yeon needed to obtain the diagram of the vaccine from Do Geon-woo to be able to save Kang Gi-tan. Oh Soo-yeon asked Do Geon-woo to have a drink together and suggested to play a game to make him drunk. Oh Soo-yeon went to Do Geon-woo's house to find the diagram. However, Do Geon-woo already knew Oh Soo-yeon's plan.

Meanwhile, Yoo Seong-ae (Claudia Kim) was preparing to help Kang Gi-tan escape from the prison.

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