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[Spoiler] "W" Kim Eui-sung kidnaps Han Hyo-joo

2016/09/01 Source

Jin Beom kidnapped Han Hyo-joo.

On the thirteenth episode of the MBC drama "W", Jin-beom (Kim Eui-sung) came into the real world.

Oh Yeon-joo (Han Hyo-joo) returned home while Kang Cheol (Lee Jong-suk) was in the web-toon world. Oh Seong-moo (Kim Eui-sung) found his face back and Oh Yeon-joo cried for joy.

However, when Oh Yeon-joo told him that Kang Cheol was in the web-toon world and about the plan, Oh Seong-moo changed. He was actually Jin-beom. He said to her, "I thought this was the time to get rid of that stone, why am I your father?"

Kang Cheol had brought him out into this real world without knowing it. Jin-beom disappeared from the web-toon police station and Kang Cheol was shocked to find out he was gone.

Jin-beom found Oh Yeon-joo's house and became angry with her. I read the comic. I know how he's been getting in and out. I can do it too. Shall we go together?"

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