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[Spoiler] "Warrior Baek Dong-soo" battle at the Shaolin Temple

2011/07/11 | Permalink | Source

Kim Gwang-ta다 (Jun Kwang-ryul) visited the Chinese Shaolin Temple.

On the third episode of SBS drama "Warrior Baek Dong-soo" Kim Gwang-teak loses an arm trying to save his sworn brother Baek Dong Soo (Yeo Jin-goo). They were attacked while going to China and Baek Dong Soo was lost. Kim Gwang-teak went to China alone.

Beaten and weary, he arrived at the Shaolin Temple. What happened wasn't shown but a battle took place with Buddhist Hana. Although he lost an arm, Kim Gwang-teak beat the Buddhist in a short while.

As the high Buddhist signaled, two more Buddhists joined. It was one against three. The opponents had long sticks and Kim Gwang-teak had a sword.

Later, Kim Gwang-teak began to leave all battle scenes with the Buddhists as drawings.

The Shaolin Temple which is never left out in martial arts movies also appeared in "Warrior Baek Dong-soo". The battles between Kim Gwang-teak and the Buddhists remained as interesting scenes. It was like it had buckled down.

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