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[Spoiler] "Whisper" Kwon Yool cries over death of Kim Hong-pa, revenge is on Kim Kap-soo

2017/04/25 | 1405 views | Permalink | Source

Kwon Yool lit the fire of revenge.

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Whisper", Kang Jeong-il (Kwon Yool) controlled his emotions in front of Choi Il-hwan (Kim Kap-soo).

The reason Kang Jeong-il was able to cause things to happen without fear is because of Kim Hong-pa's wealth and power. However, without him in the picture, Kang Jeong-il wouldn't act too hastily.

The building which Choi Il-hwan and Kim Hong-pa met last was burned. Choi Il-hwan demanded to start a fire to get rid of evidence and hid Kim Hong-pa's body. Kang Jeong-il who found out Choi Il-hwan killed Kim Hong-pa, went to Choi Il-hwan and lied that he couldn't reach his father.

Kang Jeong-il had ordered Jo Kyeong-ho to call him at a certain time and when he did, Kang Jeong-il pretended it was his father. He pretended to talk to Kim Hong-pa and when he was done on the phone, told Choi Il-hwan, "My father told me to repay the debt he owes you". However, when he came back to the office, he broke down and cried.

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