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[Spoiler] 'Six Flying Dragons' Park Hyuk-kwon breaths his last at Byun Yo-han's sword

2015/12/01 | Permalink | Source

On the 18th episode of SBS' Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Six Flying Dragons', Yi Bang-ji (Byun Yo-han) and Gl Tae-mi (Park Hyuk-kwon) had a match.

Yi Bang-ji provoked him by saying "Yi In-gyeom's scum, drop the unsuitable title, the best swordsman of Samhan and leave here". Kil Tae-mi said, "Fine, I cannot leave you alive here" and then drew his sword.

The two fought fiercely. Yi Bang-ji mocked him, "You, you're showing all the attacks". Kil Tae-mi responded, "What is so wrong with me. Then should I have trampled down the strong? The weak is supposed to be trampled down. The strong always take possession of the weak. That's the only true reality"

Yi Bang-ji after all won and said, "The strong always take possession of the weak, just like this". Kil Tae-mi asked, "What's your name? I should know whose sword I am dead at before I leave" Yi Bang-ji shouted, "I'm the best swordsman of Samhan, Yi Bang-ji".

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