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[Spoiler] "Two Cops" Jo Jung-suk Suspects Choi Il-hwa

2018/01/01 | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Two Cops", Cha Dong-tak (Jo Jung-suk) confessed to Ji-an (Hyeri) that he is possessed by a ghost.

Confused Ji-an asked Dong-tak why something like that happened to him and he said, "Do you remember what I said in the past? About a kid who changed my life? That kid is Gong Soo-chang (Kim Seon-ho). The promise I made to him wasn't kept and that's why he possessed me".

Ji-an didn't believe him and bought him minerals and vitamins from the drug store and said, "You're just feeling week, that's why you're hallucinating and seeing things. Take these three times a day".

Dong-tak tried to prove that Soo-chan existed. Soo-chan caught her as she was about to fall and the sparks of belief began.

Meanwhile, Dong-tak found evidence on Taek Jeong-hwan (Choi Il-hwa) and inched closer to catching the culprit from sixteen years ago.

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