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[Spoiler] "God of War" Jung Bo-suk tries to make scalawag his successor

2012/07/08 Source

Choi Woo's plan has been revealed.

Choi Woo (Jung Bo-suk) confessed his true intentions of trying to make his scoundrel son his successor in the MBC weekend drama "God of War".

Prior to that, Choi Woo who ordered his vassals to contribute in deciding his successor, didn't seem happy to heart that the name being mentioned was Oh Seung-jeok (Bae Jin-sub), a son of Kim Mi (Lee Hae-woo) who was the grandson of Park Song-bi (Kim Young-pil) and his new wife.

Choi Woo said, "My sons. They are Choi Woo's sons. But all of them didn't mention my son".

About this he continued, "Still, he is a rascal to me too. So I gave up on him but who else would I leave all this to? Kim Joon was perfect but Song-ee destroyed everything".

However, when he was alone, Choi Woo thought and said, "Kill the daughter and send the grandson to the temples with his head shaven". He decided to put his son as his successor so he could leave the army to Kim Joon.

Choi Woo said, "People might think I'm cruel but I must clear things up here. I should choose Man-jeon (Baek Do-bin) and he would owe Kim Joon a favor. He would bow his head and Kim Joon will run the army".

This was a very intricate plan.

Source : reviewstar.hankooki.c...

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