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[Spoiler] "THE CHASER - Drama" Jang Shin-young betrays?

2012/06/26 | Permalink | Source

"THE CHASER - Drama" Jang Shin-young suggested Park Geun-hyung a deal.

Sin Hye-ra (Jang Shin-young) seemed to betray Kang Dong-yeong (Kim Sang-joong) by approaching chairman Seo (Park Geun-hyung) but eventually turned out to be helping him.

Sin Hye-ra was allured by Seo to bring in Baek Hong-seok (Son Hyun-joo). Kang Dong-yoon and Seo Ji-soo couldn't close their mouths in surprise.

However, it turned out to be helping Kang in his candidacy.

Sin told Seo, "I know a way where both of you can live. Keep two things".

"Stop any new political parties from opening and second help Kang Dong-yoon become president".

She then went to Kang Dong-yoon and told him, "Announce that Hano Group and Baek Hong-seok have nothing in common and get divorced with Seo Ji-soo".

Sin Hye-ra said, "I want Kang as my president and what I want is shadow power that has half the strength".

Kang accepted her suggestion and they composed an agreement for their win-win.

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