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- Director(s)：Seung-wan Hong
- Actors：So-ri Moon
The drinking water source in Chongshan City was polluted by the Xiangshui River Mine in the upper reaches, and the Municipal Party Committee and the Municipal Government ordered a thorough investigation of the clues related to the crime of dereliction of duty. Li Dakang, director of the Investigation Department of the Anti-Corruption Bureau of the Procuratorate, and Xia Qing, a cadre of the High Procuratorate who just came to the Anti-Corruption Bureau as the deputy director, were assigned to undertake the investigation. Xia Qing’s classmates’ financial reporter Chen Ziming helped to collect clues; Li Dakang stared at Lu Huijun, director of the Nandu Group’s office, and wanted to implement the arrest, while Xia Qing did not let the grass stunned and put the line to fish; Xia Qing met the chess master Ding Yifan. In the friendship between the chess players, Ding Yifan was found to be a clue. In order to break through to the prison to visit Fang Jianguo, the deputy director of the former SASAC, who was sentenced for accepting bribes, he gradually discovered the capital black hand and finally found out the actual controller of the “blue ocean” of the capital group. The bureau has carefully designed and finally cracked this series of hidden and corrupt cases of corruption.
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