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[Spoiler] "Your Honor" Yoon Si-yoon Sentences 3rd Generation Chaebol to 7 Years

2018/08/01 | 215 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "Your Honor", Han Kang-ho (Yoon Si-yoon) was in charge of a chaebol's trial.

Song So-eun (Lee Yoo-young) mentioned the codefendant's lawyer's fee to Han Kang-ho and opposed to the ruling. Han Kang-ho was furious when he found out that she received 500 million won from Oh Sang-chul (Park Byung-eun).

Song So-eun coincidentally reunited with Hong Jung-soo (Heo Sung-tae). He asked her how she was then he said something sexually inappropriate. He said, "A judge just plays around with a case given to them by the investigators. Investigators are the best". Han Kang-ho asked the codefendant if he'd done enough reflecting. "You should be apologetic to the victim and not the nation. He revealed that he gave his lawyer several times more money than what he gave the victim and sentenced him to 7 years in jail.

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