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[Spoiler] 'Six Flying Dragons' Yoon Gyoon-sang shows off spectacular swordsmanship as Muhyul

2015/12/28 | 988 views | Permalink | Source

On the December 28th episode of SBS' Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Six Flying Dragons', Jo Min-soo (Choi Jong-hwan) tried to get rid of Yi Seonggye (Chun Ho-jin)'s entire family.

On this day, Jo Min-soo held a feast to set a trap to kill Yi Seonggye's entire family. Muhyul and Yi Bangji (Byun Yo-han) fought against Jo Min-soo's swordsmen.

Yi Bangji got injured in the fight because they were outnumbered, but Yi Bangji used his amazing swordsmanship to beat Jo's gang.

Muhyul also showed off his spectacular swordsmanship and headed to protect his master Yi Seonggye. Muhyul shouted, "Warrior Muhyul!"and fought to beat off many enemies' attacks. His valor played the most important role to protect Yi Seonggye's family from the unexpected fatal attack.

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