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Professor Oh Soo-Jae will find a way to handle the case in Why Her Ep 4. Well, she’s doing her best to defend herself in this case and reclaim her position. But it won’t be that easy. She has to work hard. Meanwhile, Park Ji-young does her utmost to bring justice to her sister. She wants to see Oh Soo-Jae behind bars, but it won’t be so easy. Keep reading to know more.

Why Her Ep 4 Preview: What Will Happen Next?

Well, Professor Oh Soo-Jae has managed to prove her innocence. She wants to get her position back at TK Law Firm and it would be a challenge for her to do that. Gongchan will help her get back in touch with the company. But it won’t be too easy. Why Her Ep 4 will also delve deeper into her relationship with the company. Furthermore, it would be difficult for Park Ji-young to clear her name from this murder case and do justice to her older sister. Furthermore, the flashbacks indicate that Soo Jae was not so cruel in the past. So we expect it to explore more about her past and how Gongchan will manage to bring her back.

A quick summary!

In the previous episode, Park Ji-young, Park So-younger’s sister, accused Professor Oh Soo-Jae of her sister’s murder. However, Oh Soo-Jae asked Park Ji-young that she had no idea what her sister was doing and what her source of income was. She added that she did not kill her sister. Instead, her family did this. However, Park Ji-young yelled that the professor had killed her sister, and she had proof. Later, Professor Oh showed a video to her student and asked them whether assisted suicide is a crime. After that, Gongchan stated that there was not enough evidence of suicide. He also added that Professor Oh left the first floor when Park Young fell. So it wasn’t Professor Oh’s fault.

Why her episode 4

Oh Soo-Jae, however, taught her students to find out more about herself, as the assisted suicide charge would not be as easy. Later, Gongchan stated that Oh was looking for something and when his friends asked what it was, he named the real culprit. After that, the students entered the TK Law Firm to learn more about Park Ji-young’s case. Gongchan stated that it was a murder case and that the real culprit was someone else who framed the professor. Later, Park Ji-young was arrested for the murder of her older sister.

Why her ep 4: release date

Why her episode 4

Why Her Ep 4 will air on June 11, 2022 at 10 p.m. KST, on SBS only. The first season consists of sixteen episodes that air every Friday and Saturday. You can also stream the show in different languages ​​and subtitles on Rakuten Viki. Stay tuned. TechRadar247 will keep you informed.

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