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[Spoiler] 'Shine or Go Crazy' Jang Hyuk wins prince fighting competition despite injury

2015/02/16 | Permalink | Source

On the 9th episode of MBC drama, 'Shine or Go Crazy', the prince fighting competition was held finally.

Wang So (Jang Hyuk) almost missed the opportunity to participate in the competition due to injury. However he still went to the arena. It looked like Wang Wook (Lim Ju-hwan) grabbed the lead and was going to win the competition. But Wang So could stop Wang Wook and gained the control over him to win the competition finally.

While Wang Wook won archery and Wang So had more points in spearmanship, the two were facing the sword fighting to conclude the competition. Wang So figured it out that Wang Wook's swordsmanship was similar to the one's, who had hurt him in Moojeong temple recently. Wang So attacked the weak points and grabbed the win.

The competition was to select a crown prince. Wang Sik-ryeom (Lee Duk-hwa)'s intention was to appoint Wang Wook as crown prince through the competition and had prepared a sword as a prize for the winner of the completion.

Wang So received the sword and gave it to Jeongjong (Ryu Seung-soo). He expressed his support for Jeongjong saying, "I am handing over this sword to your majesty out of loyalty from the bottom of my heart. Please protect Goryeo with this sword".

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