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[Spoiler] 'Six Flying Dragons' It's up to Byun Yo-han

2015/10/27 | Permalink | Source

On the 7th episode of 'Six Flying Dragons', while Yi Bang-ji (Byun Yo-han) was not aware that the woman who was captured by the monks and disappeared later was his missing little sister, Boon-yi.

However, he sensed that it might be related to Jeong Do-jeon. He was perplexed with the chaotic society, which didn't seem to improve even after he had killed the greedy corrupted official, Baek Yoon (Kim Ha-kyoon). He went out to see Jeong Do-jeon as everything should have been much better according to what Jeong Do-jeon had told him.

Yi Bang-ji became way more confused when he heard 'It could have been better with Baek Yoon". He later went through much trouble trying to find Jeong Do-jeon. However, the harder he tried to find Jeong Do-jeon, there were more threats against him and those who knew Jeong Do-jeon faded away from him even farther.

Yi Bang-ji finally could hear a tip about Hong In-bang (Jeon No-min), which helped him start tracing after Jeong Do-jeon. While five dragons met together in Hamjoo, whether or not Yi Bang-ji would be able to meet Jeong Do-jeon raised curiosity in viewers.

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