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[Spoiler] "Sword and Flower" Uhm Tae-woong doesn't recognize Kim Ok-bin

2013/08/14 | Permalink | Source

Uhm Tae-woong stopped suspecting Kim Ok-bin.

On the thirteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Sword and Flower" on the 14th, Yeon-choong (Uhm Tae-woong) stop suspecting that Moo-yeong (Kim Ok-bin) was the princess, alive.

He used the princesses' faithful servant as bait to find out if she was the princess or not by making him run and telling her to strike her bow and arrow if he did.

She was surprised and asked why he was doing that but he questioned her origins and claimed she wasn't the son of castellan. She tried saying that the castellan had done her a lot of good when she needed it but he didn't believe it so she put up her bow and arrow.

She had decided to kill her servant if it meant keeping her cover, so she aimed it at his head and he barely missed. Yeon-choong saw this and stopped suspecting her.

Yeon-choong blamed himself for killing the princess and told himself she wasn't the princess and that he was a fool for hoping she was alive. While Jang (On Joo-wan) recognized her at once, Yeon-choong didn't as he missed her too much.

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