OCN’s “The Lies Within” recently reached a turning point.
With Jo Tae Shik (Lee Min Ki) and Kim Seo Hee (Lee Yoo Young) solving the death of Congressman Kim Seung Chul (Kim Jong Soo) and the disappearance of Jung Sang Hoon (Lee Joon Hyuk) step by step, and Choi Soo Hyun’s (Kim Yong Ji) case, which is believed to be the beginning of it all, slowly uncovering, there is soon going to be a huge reveal. Before watching the upcoming episodes, there are two unanswered questions that viewers are dying to know.
Will Jung Sang Hoon come back home alive?
Jo Tae Shik and Kim Seo Hee are both chasing after the missing Jung Sang Hoon. The truth that has been revealed so far is that the day Congressman Kim passed away, Jung Young Moon (Moon Chang Gil), the chairman of JQ Group, and Seo Hyun Woo (In Dong Goo) admitted Jung Sang Hoon to a mental hospital, and three days later, he escaped. But shortly after, Jung Sang Hoon disappeared, and his hand, foot, and eye were delivered to three different locations. According to the autopsy, the crimes occurred while Jung Sang Hoon was alive, and at the end of episode 8, we saw Jung Sang Hoon alive and a complete mess. Will he survive and go back to Kim Seo Hee?
What is the culprit’s motive?
They ordered Kim Seo Hee to become a member of the National Assembly and propose a new project bill. Their real motive is likely related to the new project. Despite it being an issue her father opposed, Kim Seo Hee has no choice but to follow the culprit’s orders to save her husband, Jung Sang Hoon. However, this did not stop them from torturing Jung Sang Hoon and going as far as sending her his eye. The last message the culprit sent Kim Seo Hee were the numbers “0214 0303 0306,” which referred to the case numbers of reporter Choi Soo Hyun, Congressman Kim Seung Chul, and Jung Sang Hoon. If they wanted the new project bill to pass, then they would not have needed to bring up Choi Soo Hyun’s case. With this in mind, viewers are curious about the culprit’s true motive.
OCN’s “The Lies Within” airs every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 p.m. KST.
How does this article make you feel?
Credit to the Information source : Source information.