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[Spoiler] "Where Stars Land" Lee Dong-gun Works With Yoon Joo-man

2018/11/13 | 236 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episodes of the SBS drama "Where Stars Land", Seo In-woo's (Lee Dong-gun) plan was slowly revealed. In addition, he had been in contact with Director Jo (Yoon Joo-man) who was responsible for the case 12 years ago.

Lee Soo-yeon (Lee Je-hoon) was outraged that Seo In-woo had been in touch with Jo all this time. When Jo found out Lee Soo-yeon, who'd been disabled in an accident, was working at the airport, he put pressure on Seo In-woo. Lee Soo-yeon also found out that Seo In-woo was working with Jo to sell the airport.

Lee Dong-gun has always been great at portraying a new character. He also plays a good central axis and is in charge of the drama's probability. Every time he expresses an emotion he's never shown before, the suspicious movements of Seo In-woo fit into place and makes the drama more ample.

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