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[Spoiler] "Nothing to Lose" Park Eun-bin Balances Work and Romance

2017/12/21 Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Nothing to Lose", Jeong-joo (Park Eun-bin) heard that Myeong-hee (Kim Hae-sook) had the cell phone, which was the evidence she needed, but Myeong-hee didn't share it.

Myeong-hee let her hear the recording of Ga-yeong on the phone, which contained a recording of the moment of Ga-yeong was murdered. Ik-cheol was upset that he couldn't protect his daughter and testified the truth.

Myeong-hee gave Jeong-joo the file with Ik-cheol's recording and Jeong-joo used it as a base to re-investigate Kyeong-ho's case.

Jeong-joo was tired and asked Eui-hyeon (Yeon Woo-jin) out for a drink. Han-joon (Dong Ha) called her just then, but she didn't answer. Eui-hyeon asked about their relationship and Jeong-joo said he was just a good friend. Eui-hyeon gave her the recording that Kyeong-ho left behind.

In the end, Dae-soo (Kim Min-sang), who is in charge of the case, had retrial because the new evidence was so strong. Jeong-joo requested Jin-myeong (Lee Deok-hwa) as witness and he came. Eui-hyeon advised her Jin-myeong would feign ignorance, which he did.

Jeong-joo solidly made her case.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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