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[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" Suh In-suk advises Yoo Dong-geun

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Choi Yeong knelt down in front of Lee Seong-gye at last.

King Woo (Park Jin-woo) became nervous when the bureaucrat divided into two groups, for and against giving up the military powers.

Lee Seong-gye (Yoo Dong-geun) who led the military, took over the palace. Facing Choi Yeong (Suh In-suk) who tried to stop him, was already planned.

Lee Seong-gye and Choi Yeong fought with all their might with their swords breaking twice. Lee Seong-gye got hold of his third sword but not Choi Yeong. He said, "You could've hurt me" then turned to his army and said, "What are you doing not rounding up this mess?"

Lee Seong-gye said in a cold voice, "The tragedy we see today is the result of the generals misunderstanding and working on his own. The withdrawal was to save the weak soldiers and the villagers. If you call me a traitor, then that's what I'll be".

Choi Yeong said, "If that's your truth, show it to me". Lee Seong-gye showed his respect for Choi Yeong until the very end.

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