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[Spoiler] "Secret Door" Lee Je-hoon, shocked to see Kim Tae-hoon dead

2014/10/14 | Permalink | Source

On the eighth episode of "Secret Door", Lee Seon (Lee Je-hoon) was devastated to find that Kang Pil-jae (Kim Tae-hoon), the real culprit whom he finally found, was dead.

Kim Taek (Kim Chang-wan) ordered Kim Moo (Kwak Hee-sung) to kill Kang Pil-jae (Kim Tae-hoon) and to find the secret documents. Then he ordered the Noron to take care of the mess.

Park Moon-soo (Lee Won-jong) told Na Cheol-joo (Kim Min-jong), "Take care of the shadow and find the pipe". Soron Lee Jong-seong (Jun Gook-hwan) ordered Sin Chi-woon (Baek Seung-hyun) to pay money to get the secret documents back. When Kang Pil-jae tried to sell Soron the documents, Kim Taek and Park Moon-soo planned on stopping him.

Kim Moo captured Kang Pil-jae and tortured him while Na Cheol-joo got his hands on the pipe. Kim Moo saw this and kissed Kang Pil-jae. Lee Seon arrived at the scene later and discovered the real culprit, Kang Pil-jae dead.

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