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[Spoiler] "Wanted" Jun Hyo-seong gets kidnapped and buried alive

2016/07/20 Source

Jun Hyo-seong was kidnapped and buried alive.

On the ninth episode of the SBS drama "Wanted", Park Bo-yeon (Jun Hyo-seong) became the victim.

Park Bo-yeon went to get medicine and food for Jeong Hye-in (Kim Ah-joong) who couldn't rest as she was waiting for the kidnapper's mission. On the way, Park Bo-yeon got kidnapped and woke up in a box buried underground in a plastic penthouse.

She woke up right before she was buried in the ground and cried for help. But the kidnapper tied up her hands and gave her a cell phone. Then he texted the Wanted team that it was either Ha Dong-min or Park Bo-yeon that died.

Sin Dong-wook (Uhm Tae-woong) recognized Bo-yeon's voice when he called the text number and asked where she was. Park Bo-yeon cried that she didn't know where she was but she was buried underground.

While Sin Dong-wook, Jeong Hye-in and Cha Seung-in (Ji Hyun-woo) thought hard about saving her, Choi Joon-goo (Lee Moon-shik) and Park Bo-yeon were on the phone. He encouraged her to stay strong and that the police were on their way. Bo-yeong started to wear out and asked about her mother.

At the end of the epsode, Bo-yeon had lost consciousness when she was rescued. Jeong Hye-in held her hands and cried.

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