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[Spoiler] 'Six Flying Dragons' Kim Myung-min vs Choi Jong-won, brain game has begun

2015/11/09 | Permalink | Source

On the 11th episode of SBS' Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Six Flying Dragons', the silent yet fierce brain game sparked between Jeong Do-jeon and Yi In-gyeom.

The episode began with Yi Bang-won (Yoo Ah-in)'s arrest. Yi Bang-won fell into Yi In-gyeom (Choi Jong-won)'s plot and became to be accused that he made a deal with Hong In-bang (Jeon No-min) to pass the border security policy.

Many people jumped in to save him. Boon-yi (Shin Se-kyung), who had felt the strange warm emotion towards Yi Bang-won previously, met Hong In-bang to asked him help save Yi Bang-won.

Jeong Do-jeon (Kim Myung-min) also did something. When he heard Boon-yi's earnest request, he was touched by her sincere heart and went ahead to save Yi Bang-won.

Jeong Do-jeon ordered to switched the letter in question fabricated and placed in Yi Bang-won's house stealthily by Yi In-gyeom, with a different one written by him.

The new letter he placed instead was the one written by Ttang-sae (Byun Yo-han) to him. It said, 'I killed Baek Yoon following your plan. Who's the nex?t"

Jeong Do-jeon said, "A smart snake would not dare to eat a bore" and "He would not be able to cope with this". A brain gain between a dragon and a tiger began that way.

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