[Spoiler] “School 2017” Jang Dong-yoon is Suspect X?

[Spoiler] “School 2017” Jang Dong-yoon is Suspect X?

Geum Do High has become weirder. A competition conference was held in secret for the rich students and most students didn’t even get a chance. The school for children has become a gambling site for grown-ups.

On the latest episode of the drama “School 2017”, students of Geum Do High struggled to go to college with their student records. Eun-ho (Kim Sejeong) who had a lot of penalty points tried to restore her student record by focusing on the competition conference. She was outraged when she overheard a student and a teacher talking about the secret competition. She said, “It’s not about the first degree future”.

School Chairman Kang Woo (Lee Jong-won) gave his son Tae-woon (Kim Jung-hyun) the answers to the math competition but he told his father, “I don’t want this for a competition that students can’t be in equally”. Dae-hwi (Jang Dong-yoon) also had a secret. He was top in his school but his student record wasn’t good enough as he didn’t have experience in a competition. However, he needed money for that.

Still, he didn’t give up hope. He studied hard but he found out there was a nominee for first place already. The anger went to Tae-woon. Dae-hwi ended up stealing the answers for the competition and Eun-ho saw this.

In the past, Tae-woon was grieving over the death of his friend Joon-ki (Kim Jin-woo) when his father Kang-woo let out false reports and hid his son’s faults. Dae-hwi was angry at Kang-woo and Tae-woon for trying to use money to cover things up. Tae-woon knelt his knees in front of Kang-woo to allow Joon-ki’s body to take a walk around the school but Kang-woo didn’t allow it saying it would bring about bad rumors. Tae-woon and Dae-hwi ended up hating each other without knowing what each other were thinking.


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