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[Spoiler] "Jing Bi-rok" Jang Tae-sung, "For pride's sake"

2015/04/26 | 635 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Tae-woo was embarrassed by the Ming Dynasty.

On the twenty-second episode of the KBS 1TV historical drama "Jing Bi-rok", Seon Jo (Kim Tae-woo) was denied asylum by the emperor of Ming Dynasty Man Ryeok-jae (Jang Tae-sung).

Seon Jo planned to seek asylum in the Ming Dynasty and waiting hopefully for a response but Man Ryeok-jae said, "If he really wants to come he can but he'll reside in an empty office owned by a Manchu".

However, this office was a dangerous place. Man Ryeok-jae said, "I don't mean for him to come and if he has dignity as the king of Joseon then he wouldn't come".

Seon Jo was in despair at this piece of news and cried, "I am a Joseon man who did his best to bring service to his country but he treats me like this".

"Jing Bi-rok" is a story based in the Joseon times during the Japanese invasion.

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