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[Spoiler] "Sword and Flower" No Min-woo and Uhm Tae-woong's intensity

2013/09/04 | 606 views | Permalink | Source

On the nineteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Sword and Flower", Yeon-choong (Uhm Tae-woong) expressed deep anger towards Yeon Nam-seng (No Min-woo).

Yeon-choong called for Yeon Nam-seng and started saying, "I'm speaking to you as your elder brother". Yeon Nam-seng scoffed and said, "Who's the brother? I have never thought of you as one".

Yeon-choong got angry and asked if that's why he killed his mother so easily, Yeon Nam-seng said, "I didn't mean to do that but she died quickly. I should have killed the princess as well but I couldn't. Do you know how much I wanted to kill her?"

Yeon-choong then punched him but Yeon Nam-seng didn't stop provoking him.

Meanwhile, after the final episode of "Sword and Flower" on the 5th, "Hope for Love" starring BoA in her first drama, will be broadcasted.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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