Jang Ho Woo (Kim Myung Soo) and Han Seung Jo (Choi Jin Hyuk) tried to connect the dots about the suspicious HK Private Equity Funds in “Numbers” episode 7.
‘Numbers’ Episode 7: Han Je Kyun Tricked by Jang Ho Woo
In “Numbers” episode 7, Jang Ho Woo found out more about the HK Private Equity funds. Meanwhile, Han Seung Jo and Han Je Kyun (Choi Min Soo), who are opponents, began playing mind games in the business.
Previously, Jang Ho Woo persuaded Lee Chan Ju (Jeong Hae Kyun), chairman of Sang Ah Group, not to invest in Cake Bean. With the cooperation of Han Seung Jo and Jin Yeon Ah (Yeon Woo), the trio succeeded in thwarting the sale deal of Cake Bean.
However, Ho Woo had to pay for it, he got excluded by Han Je Kyun from working on big projects. The two began to show their hostility toward each other.
On the other hand, Lee Chan Ju was intrigued by Han Je Kyun’s proposal. At that time, his brother Lee Sung Joo (Jeong Woong In), who was at war with Chan Ju went to Han Seung Jo and asked for Sang Ah Group’s bond, expressing his intention to regain the group.
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As the Lee brothers met at Taeil Accounting Firm, the two had a confrontation concluding them being involved in a car accident.
Jin Yeon Ah Makes Sincere Move to Help Jang Ho Woo
Meanwhile, changes have also started between Jang Ho Woo and Jin Yeon Ah. Showing her sincerity to the newbie accountant, Yeon Ah volunteered to help Ho Woo in solving the case involving HK Private Equity.
With the help of her father, Jin Yeon Ah was able to get a lead connected to HK Private Equity. She shared the information with Jang Ho Woo which sparked the alliance of the two.
They first investigate the ivory group to identify AN, the real operator of the HK Private Equity Fund. They felt suspicious about the flow of funds from Sang Ah Merchant Marine, an affiliate of Sang Ah Group.
Jang Ho Woo speculated that Lee Chan Ju sent slush funds to HK Private Equity Fund through the Merchant Marine.
Is Han Je Kyun the Man Behind HK Private Equity Fund?
Jang Hoo Woo told Han Seung Jo that the owner of the HK Private Equity Fund, AN, seemed to be Ahn Seung Yeon (Bae Hae Sun), but his response was firm. It is only circumstantial evidence, and there’s no reason for Ahn Seung Yeon to create a slush fund for the Ivory group, showing solid faith in her.
Jang Ho Woo, on the other hand, found the details of reporting the import to the customs office and discovered that the Sang Ah Merchant Marine did not buy the ship, but borrowed it, and the funds were suspected to be the slush funds of the Sang Ah Group.
Ahn Seung Yeon confessed that all the things that Jang Ho Woo said about HK Equity and Sang Ah were true. As evidence, he called Han Seung Jo and recorded Ahn Seung Yeon’s confession.
Han Seung Jo was surprised by what he had found. However, they proved that Ahn Seung Yeon was not the mastermind behind HK, and she was just following orders.
Back at Taeil Accounting, while looking at the documents, Jang Ho Woo and Jin Yeon Ah, found decisive clues, and Han Seung Jo discovered hints from his name initials. The duo suspected that Han Je Kyun was the man behind HK Private Equity.
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Shai Collins wrote this.