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[Spoiler] "My Mister" Jang Ki-yong Finally Protects IU

2018/05/09 | 770 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the tvN drama "My Mister", Lee Gwang-il (Jang Ki-yong) protected Lee Ji-an (IU).

Park Dong-yoon (Jung Hae-kyun) met Park Dong-hoon (Lee Sun-kyun) and told him, "I think I know who took me to Sokcho", hinting that he was close to finding out who Ki-bum (Ahn Seung-kyoon) was. Lee Ji-an was listening to all this and told Ki-bum to run, but he asked her to come with him. Lee Ji-an hesitated and asked for one more day, thinking about Park Dong-hoon.

On Do Joon-young's request, the man who was after Lee Ji-an asked Lee Gwang-il about Lee Ji-an and Ki-bum, but Lee Gwang-il remained quiet.

He asked Lee Gwang-il for help. "If I can't get Do Joon-young, then I lose all the money I put into the company. I will kill that girl for you". However, Lee Gwang-il avoided answering and hid Lee Ji-an instead. He then snuck into Lee Ji-an's house and took Ki-bum's computer, avoiding police eyes.

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