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[Spoiler] "God's Gift - 14 Days" Lee Bo-young fails to catch the kidnapper?

2014/04/08 Source

Kim Soo-hyeon (Lee Bo-young) is in danger.

On the twelfth episode of the SBS drama "God's Gift - 14 Days" on the 8th, Ki Dong-chan (Cho Seung-woo) was sure the person who took the picture found in Saet-byeol's (Kim Yoo-bin-I) room was the criminal.

Ki Dong-chan and Kim Soo-hyeon have suspected the man, who took the picture as the criminal, was the dead son of Choo Byeong-woo's (Shin Goo).

Kim and Ki went to find Yoo Jin-woo, a man in the picture who was held in a mental care center. They were blocked by guards but Ki Dong-chan's sacrifice allowed Soo-hyeon inside. She asked him who took the picture and Yoo Jin-woo shook and said, "Him..."

Someone approached her from behind. The moment she turned round, someone in a patient's clothes hit her head. He ripped the bed sheets and strangled Yoo Jin-woo. All the while Soo-hyeon was losing her consciousness, she tried to remember the attacker's face.

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