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[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" Cho Jae-hyun, "I'd rather face it than run away"

2014/05/18 Source

Cho Jae-hyun didn't run; he faced his problems head on.

On the thirty-eighth episode of the KBS 1TV drama "Jeong Do-jeon", Jeong Do-jeon (Cho Jae-hyun) began to prepare himself to leave the world as the order was given for his execution.

He met Yeong-chun (Kim Ki-doo) once again and retraced himself in the past. He cried at the memory of Yang-ji (Kang Ye-sol) whom he couldn't do anything about when she was being killed.

Later Yeong-chun warned him about people coming, then told him to run away to the mountains. However, Jeong Do-jeon said, "If I must die, it means the sky needs blood. I will face them rather than run away shamefully. I want to know what the skies want".

In the end, Jeong Mong-joo (Lim Ho) had a drink with Jeong Do-jeon and told him he was going to be executed. Jeong Do-jeon mindlessly said, "There's going to be a real world of people one day".

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