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[Spoiler] "Suspicious Partner" Mystery case and romance

2017/05/17 | Permalink | Source

"Suspicious Partner" overwhelmed viewers with a quick turn of events.

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Suspicious Partner", Noh Ji-wook (Ji Chang-wook) became a different lawyer and Eun Bong-hee (Nam Ji-hyun) went from trainee to lawyer.

Eun Bong-hee was put on trial for murder and almost got 15 years in prison but evidence proved that she was innocent.

Bong-hee did the best she could to find the real killer and found out that the killer blew whistle in a certain tone and she remembered he passed by her house on his bike.

Bong-hee listening to music night and day to find the sound of the whistle and appeared in places the criminal might have left traces in. She even put up a banner looking for the criminal. Then, someone who might be the criminal threatened Bong-hee.

Two years later, Bong-hee and Ji-wook lived by as lawyers. They received rather extraordinary cases. A victim of stalking went to Ji-wook and the man who was accused of being the stalker went to Bong-hee. In the end, they came to a mutual agreement.

However, the stalker took the woman again and Bong-hee and Ji-wook smiled at each other before they tracked them down. Ji-wook saved Bong-hee from danger.

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