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[Spoiler] "Ms. Ma, Nemesis" Kim Yunjin Delves Deeper Into Daughter's Murder

2018/10/21 | 245 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS weekend drama "Ms. Ma, Nemesis", Ms. Ma (Kim Yunjin) started officially investigating the deaht on her daughter.

In the preview, Ms. Ma's daughter Jang Min-seo (Lee Ye-won) was kidnapped and her serious husband Jang Cheol-min (Song Young-kyu).

Choi Man-sik (Park Yoon-hee), the culprit of the serial murders in Rainbow Village, sent Ms. Ma a mysterious message and hinted that there was a hidden story in his past murders.

In the upcoming episodes, a witness to Ms. Ma's daughter's murder named Lee Jeong-hee (Yoon Hae-young) appears and the village goes into confusion once again with a new case.

In addition, after meeting Lee Jeong-hee, Ms. Ma hears a shocking truth from Han Tae-gyoo, increasing mystery in the culprit who killed her daughter.

Source : www.asiatoday.co.kr/v...

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