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[Spoiler] "Three Days" Park Yoo-chun, cornered again?

2014/03/20 Source

Park Yoo-chun ran into So Yi-hyun.

On the sixth episode of the SBS drama "Three Days", Lee Cha-yeong (So Yi-hyun) was tracking down the EMP bomb when she found out the relationship between the dead Ham Bong-soo (Jang Hyun-sung), bodyguard Hwang Yoon-jae and the chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff.

The chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff was a brigade commander from when Ham Bong-soo was a soldier 16 years ago. He'd also handed the 'Secret Document 98', which is about the president's (Son Hyun-joo) plots, to Ham Bong-soo.

Lee Cha-yeong raided the chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff's home thinking they were on the same boat and would've hidden the EMP bomb somewhere.

However, the chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff fell out the window as she arrived and died and standing there was Han Tae-kyeong (Park Yoo-chun). It was likely that he was going to be called a murderer once again.

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