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[Spoiler] "God of War" Jung Bo-suk dies, Baek Do-bin's era rises

2012/07/15 | 326 views |  | Permalink | Source

Choi Woo died.

MBC weekend drama "God of War" showed Choi Woo (Jung Bo-suk), the strongest authority in the Koyro times, facing death.

Suffering from a pain in his stomach, Choi Woo threw up blood and couldn't overcome the illness that was getting worse. His closest friends and family gathered around to see him go.

While suffering, Choi Woo looked for Kim Joon(Kim Joo-hyuk). He said, "Every human has to leave once they get here. I have survived long enough".

He asked about the collection of Buddhist Sutras and when he heard that they were complete, he was overwhelmed and looked for Kim Joon again.

Choi told him, "You are also my son. Take care of Hang-ee". After saying his last to Han Choi-hang (Baek Do-bin) as his successor he said, "Depend on Kim Joon, he's your brother".

Finally, he told Choi-hang "Make a big Koryo, fight for it and establish an empire" and groaned in agony before he closed his eyes.

This was the end of Choi Woo's era and the new start to the era of Choi Hang (Baek Do-bin).

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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