Defendant Episode 15 Spoiler, Prediction: Ji Sung’s Jeong Woo in Prison; Fellow Prosecutor in Danger


In Defendant episode 15, Jeong Woo (Ji Sung) lets his fellow prosecutor help him. On the other hand, the latter will be in danger.

As seen in the previous episode, Jeong Woo has turned himself in. He believes that this time, he is going to be on another trial after the re-investigation on the murder of his wife. With this, his fellow prosecutor would be a big help for him, although the latter will be in danger.

In the episode 15 teaser, Jeong Woo is seen singing to his sleeping daughter Ha Yeon. Perhaps they are staying in his mother-in-law’s house for the meantime. Later on, he would be seen sitting on the floor inside a prison cell, thinking about his murdered wife.

Meanwhile, Cha Min Ho is seen throwing the name of his brother’s name stand table. It shattered upon hitting the floor. This is clearly in connection with Jeong Woo’s turning himself in to the authorities. Moreover, he might not be able to get away with his father’s manipulation. All his woes would come back haunting him in the end.

Lee Sung Kyu is also seen in the teaser, lying down on the floor. It appears that he is abducted by Cha Min Ho’s right-hand man to keep him from Jeong Woo. He could potentially go against the antagonist to help Jeong Woo’s case. Otherwise, he is merely found there lying on the floor. It might be that he escaped from the hospital to evade Cha Min Ho’s reaches.

Afterward, Defendant episode 15 teaser shows Jeong Woo’s fellow prosecutor driving his car. Then someone is holding a box. It might be or might not be him. The box could be the missing evidence on the night of the murder, which Prosecutor Kang hid away — the Nemo stuff toy.

Defendant airs every Monday and Tuesday at 10 p.m. KST on SBS. Episode 15 will be aired tonight.

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