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[Spoiler] "Jing Bi-rok" Kim Seok-hoon, "Defend the seas until death"

2015/04/19 | Permalink | Source

On the twentieth episode of the KBS 1TV drama "Jing Bi-rok", Lee Soon-sin managed to stop all supply routes of the foreign enemy coming in through the seas, unlike all the ground battles that were lost.

After a successful battle, he said, "I will defend the seas even if that means death and the foreign enemy will be destroyed on its own. Don't let go of courage and hope".

Lee Soon-sin ordered soldiers in disguises to the eight provinces of Korea and to figure out the Joseon trend.

However, Seon Jo (Kim Tae-woo) felt threatened by the foreign powers and ran away, abandoning the Payang Palace and felt jealousy over the people's favors towards Ryu Seong-ryong (Kim Sang-joong).

Meanwhile, "Jing Bi-rok" is a historical drama based on the time of the Joseon under Japanese control.

Source : mosen.mt.co.kr/articl...

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