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[Spoiler] "Inspiring Generation" Kim Hyun-joong vs. Song Jae-rim

2014/03/12 | Permalink | Source

Kim Hyun-joong and Song Jae-rim had a round.

On the seventeenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Inspiring Generation", Sin Jeong-tae (Kim Hyun-joong) and Mo Il-hwa (Song Jae-rim) had a battle down in front of spectators.

Mo Il-hwa arrived in Shanghai and challenged Jeong Jae-hwa (Kim Sung-oh) to a fight so that he could take over Club Shanghai. Jeong-tae set out to protect it. Jeong-tae had to fight with the man who saved his life and taught him how to fight.

The two of the built up tension for a while. Mo Il-hwa said, "I see you have turned into a dog for this entire time. You and I are fighting a dog's fight but you will have to fight with everything you've got". Sin Jeong-tae answered, "Of course".

During the fight, Sin Jeong-tae used the Wing Chun skills he learnt from Old Man Pari (Park Chul-min) and managed to beat Mo Il-hwa.

Mo Il-hwa was knocked out clear and admitted it.

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