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[Spoiler] "Jing Bi-rok" Ryu Seong-ryong and Kim Sang-joong's loyalty

2015/05/24 Source

Kim Sang-joong's loyalty moved Jung Heung-chae.

On the thirtieth episode of the KBS 1TV drama "Jing Bi-rok", Lee Yeo-song (Jung Heung-chae) enjoyed a party arranged by Seon Jo (Kim Tae-woo).

Despite Lee Deok-hyeong's (Nam Sung-jin) disapproval, Ryu Seong-ryong (Kim Sang-joong) attended Lee Yeo-song's party and was provoked by Lee Yeo-song who said, "Raise your glass to the North but pay your respects to this country". Ryu Seong-ryong took off his uniform and said, "I will but I can't betray the loyalty of a soldier so I am going to thank Dae Myeong as a citizen of Jo Seon".

Lee Yeo-song was impressed and said, "I was only joking". Ryu Seong-ryong then read the poem on the fan that Lee Yeo-song gave to him and said, "How could you forget the devotion you had for your country when you first got here?"

Lee Yeo-song said, "I didn't. I was only hesitant because of military provisions. Can you get them?" Ryu Seong-ryong said, "I will get them with my life. Just give me the order".

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