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[Spoiler] "Return" Park Ki-woong Begins the Hunt for the Truth

2018/02/28 | 227 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of "Return", Kang In–ho (Park Ki-woong) became a free man and started hunting down Oh Tae-seok (Shin Sung-rok).

Seo Joon-hee (Yoon Jong-hoon) showed signs of memory loss and In-ho was suspicious. He asked Tae-seok, "I still think what happened to Joon-hee is strange. He tried to tell me something about my case and was struck".

Tae-seok asked, "What are you trying to say" and In-ho smiled saying, "I'm not trying to say anything. I want to hear".

Meanwhile, Dr. Ko, who performed the autopsy, was sure the series of murders had something to do with the case from 19 years ago, and headed for the site. He ran into Choi Ja-hye (Park Jin-hee) there.

Dok-go Young (Lee Jin-wook) took a careful look at past case in which the body of a 9 year-old childwas found on shore of Taean. She had drowned.

Young found Dr. Ko at a port in Incheon. He staggered back when he opened the freezer door.

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