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[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" does round 2

2014/05/25 Source

On the latest KBS "Jeong Do-jeon", Jeong Do-jeon planned out the death of Jeong Mong-jo (Lim Ho) on the 24th and on the 25th, dethroned King Gong-yang and reunited himself with Lee Seong-gye.

Lee Seong-gye (Yoo Dong-geun) scolded his son Lee Bang-won (Ahn Jae-mo) after hearing the news of Jeong Mong-joo's death. Thereafter, King Gong-yang was dethroned and the story sped up with the mental shock of Lee Seong-gye.

- "Jeong Do-jeon" managed to relive its actual history while maintaining a good viewer level.

The actors did a good job as well. Lee Seong-gye yelled at Lee Bang-won who yelled back and said, "It's for the better good". Yoo Dong-geun went through a mental confusion as his beloved Jeong Mong-joo died as well as the king. He suffered by saying he had heard people calling him a bastard.

When the confusion was over, "Jeong Do-jeon" started round 2. Lee Seong-gye refused protection and Jeong Do-jeon (Cho Jae-hyun) said, "You are perfect for the throne, we need someone pure and innocent" and tried to convince him privately.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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