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[Spoiler] "Suspicious Partner" Nam Ji-hyun and Ji Chang-wook meet as suspect and prosecutor

2017/05/10 | Permalink | Source

Nam Ji-hyun and Ji Chang-wook met.

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Suspicious Partner", Eun Bong-hee (Nam Ji-hyun) and prosecutor Noh Ji-wook (Ji Chang-wook) finally met.

Eun Bong-hee first mistook Noh Ji-wook as a pickpocket on the subway. She then witnessed her boyfriend Jang Hee-joon (Hwang Chan-sung) at a motel with someone else and got drunk with Noh Ji-wook. Then they eventually spent the night together.

Three months later, Eun Bong-hee and Noh Ji-wook met as junior examiner and directing prosecutor. Her ex-boyfriend was also a junior examiner in the same district attorney's office.

However, Jang Hee-joon died. He was murdered in Eun Bong-hee's house. In the end, Eun Bong-hee faced Noh Ji-wook as a murder suspect.

Source : www.etnews.com/201705...

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