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[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" Yoo Dong-geun and Lee Kwang-ki

2014/06/08 | 435 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Kwang-ki led the transferring of government and kept a watch on Cho Jae-hyun.

On the forty-fourth episode of the KBS 1TV drama "Jeong Do-jeon", Lee Bang-won (Ahn Jae-mo) and Jeong Do-jeon (Cho Jae-hyun) struggled for the same thing.

Jeong Do-jeon fought with Lee Bang-won for the destruction of soldiers for the reformation of the military system. He suggested Lee Bang-won with the prince as his hostage and sent the passionate Lee Bang-won to the Ming Dynasty.

However, Lee Bang-won succeeded in relieving Lee Seong-gye (Yoo Dong-geun) of his anger. After he left, Ha Ryun (Lee Kwang-ki) pushed forward with the Hanyang Cheondo and stayed aware of Jeong Do-jeon's plan.

Ha Ryun told Lee Seong-gye, who was sad after Lee Bang-won had left, "I found the greatest site for Joseon" and it was welcomed by Moo-hak Dae-sa as a place with good pulse and water.

However, it was obvious the development wouldn't even start if the Hanyang Cheondo started. The noblemen who were supporting this development said, "The land is too small" and Jeon Do-jeon decided to see an end.

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