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[Spoiler] 'Six Flying Dragons' Shin Se-kyung finds out about Jung Yoo-mi's death

2016/03/14 | Permalink | Source

On the 47th episode of SBS' Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Six Flying Dragons', Boon-yi (Shin Se-kyung) heard about Yeon-hee (Jung Yoo-mi)'s death.

Boon-yi went to Hwasadan to find Yeon-hee and saw the place was drenched in blood. Jeokryong (Han Sang-jin) aimed his sword at Boon-yi and asked, "What brought the head of banchon down here?".

Boon-yi said she was looking for Yeon-hee. Jeokryong said, "There was someone called Yeon-hee here until some time ago, but she is no longer here". Boon-yi was shocked. She then asked about whereabouts of Yi Bang-ji and Jeokryong confessed, "I couldn't catch Yi Bang-ji".

Jeokryong let Boon-yi leave the place. Jeokryong said, "It's really tricky to do anything about that girl in many aspects. Sreiously!" He didn't have any other choice than just letting Boon-yi leave the place unharmed.

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