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[Spoiler] "Six Flying Dragons" arouses curiosity

2016/01/05 | 1024 views | Permalink | Source

The legendary master Chuk Sa-gwang was mentioned in "Six Flying Dragons".

On the recent episode of the SBS drama "Six Flying Dragons", the 32nd King Chuk Sa-gwang was introduced by the Kwonmun Gang.

The Kwonmun Gang told King Woo that they were going to stop the land developing by all means but they would need Lee Seong-gye out of the way.

King Woo asked about their plans and they suggested to Chuk Sa-gwang, who is one of the greatest martial arts masters, that even Gil Seon-mi was afraid.

The Gang introduced this master as Chuk Ga, but in the following preview of the next episode, a character appears and kills many people before facing Lee Bang-ji and the word 'Chuk Sa-gwang' is mentioned so viewers think he might be the same person.

Some say that Chuk Sa-gwang might be Moo-hyool's master Hong-dae Hong-il who is also Gil Tae-mi's master.

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