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[Spoiler] "Children of a Lesser God" Shim Hee-sub Puts an End to His Evil Deeds

2018/04/22 Source

On the final episode of the OCN drama "Children of a Lesser God", the key characters were destroyed due to the 'Heaven's Door' case.

Joo Ha-min (Shim Hee-sub) woke up at the sight of Kim San (Kim Ok-vin) who risked her life to save him and helped her reveal the truth about Wang Mok-sa (Jang Gwang),

When Wang's plans failed, Joo Ha-min tricked Gook Han-joo, who had tried to hide, and handed him to the police. However, Joo Ha-min was attacked on his way back to Kim Dan and he died with the last words, "I did my best to start over, but I'm here again. I wanted to see her for the last time".

However, Cheon Jae-in and Joo Ha-min had planned this as they knew Gook Han-joo's people would attack Joo Ha-min. Cheon Jae-in made it look like Joo Ha-min was murdered. Two years later, Joo Ha-min was running a small store in a deserted neighborhood and met Cheon Jae-in and Kim Dan once again.

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