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[Spoiler] 'Six Flying Dragons' Moomyeong is after Yi Seonggye's life

2016/01/26 Source

On the 34th episode of SBS' 'Six Flying Dragons', Moogeuk (Jeon Mi-sun) ordered to kill Yi Seonggye (Chun Ho-jin).

Yi Seonggye became furious with Jeong Mong-joo (Kim Eui-sung) in regards to Jeong Do-jeon (Kim Myung-min)'s banishment and drew his sword at him.

Yeon-hyang (Jeon Mi-sun), the head of Moomyeong found out Jeong Mong-joo could not persuade Yi Seonggye and ordered to kill Yi Seonggye under the excuse to secure the stability of the nation.

As it seemed it was not like Yeon-hyang to rush that way, Gil Seon-mi (Park Hyuk-kwon) pointed it out, Yeon-hyang responded saying, "I'd like to stabilize the matters outside first and then reorganize the internal matters as soon as possible".

She then ordered Gil Seon-mi to get rid of Yi Seonggye with his own hands and Gil Seon-mi went out to kill Yi Seonggye.

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