Nam Gung-min announced his willingness to sell it.
In the 14th episode of the SBS gold drama ‘Stopbrig’ (played by Lee Shin-hwa / Director Chung Dong-yoon), which aired at 10 pm on August 8, Kwon Kyung-min (Oh Jung-se) and Announcement of the sale of Dreams and Baek Seung-soo (Nam Gung-min) revealed their willingness to sell. lost.
After the news of Titan’s trade by Kang Doo-ki (Hae Do-kwon), Baek Seung-soo once again confronted Kwon Kyung-min. Kwon Kyung-min, however, continued to settle for Baek Seung-soo’s flag, and Baek Seung-soo seemed to be suppressed after all.
Kang Doo-gi, who left Dreams, told Baek Seung-soo, “I promised you as soon as I came. Baek Seung-soo said, “I’m sorry that I couldn’t keep it,” and I’m sorry. Kang said, “I know it doesn’t mean you.”
Kang Doo-ki told Baek Seung-soo, “General. The director already holds a lot of things,” he said. “So then I just popped out. Kang Doogi greeted, “Thank you for letting me dreams for a while.”
It wasn’t Baek Seung-soo who stopped fighting against Kwon Kyung-min. Dreams’ front also prepared a backlash against Kwon Kyung-min. In the process, Baek Seung-soo predicted that the contract would have been written during the trade of Kang Doo-gi, and that the difference would have flowed to the head office.
Baek Seungsu persuaded Jang Woo-suk (Kim Ki-mu), who is a special report of Kwon, Kyung-min to make a whistleblower. Baek Seung-soo, who received a contract from Jang Woo-suk, told the front staff that he would report it to the Baseball Association and that his term would be until March.
At the same time, Baek Seung-soo said, “I want you to stand up to the position of the weak.” Drew.
Since then, Baek Seung-soo has been holding a press conference calling for a full reversal of the trade by opening the backing contract at the Baseball Association. Director Yoon Seong-bok (Ier Boone) also apologized to Baek Seung-soo for all the processes in the process. So the Titans wanted to cancel the trade with Dreams, and Kang Doogi could return to Dreams.
But with the success of Dreams’ parent company Jaesong Group and Kangsung Group’s heavy industry and shopping business, Dreams faced another crisis in which dismantling became a reality. At this time, Baek told the front desk, “It’s time for us to get rid of retransmissions that are not willing to invest in Dreams.”
Kwon Kyung-min later announced the dissolution of Dreams at a press conference, and Baek Seung-soo visited the chairman of Jaesong Group and announced that he would sell Dreams.