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[Spoiler] "Sword and Flower" Uhm Tae-woong escapes and reunites with Kim Ok-bin

2013/07/18 | Permalink | Source

Uhm Tae-woong made a fancy come back.

On the sixth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Sword and Flower", Moo-yeong (Kim Ok-bin) cried at the fact that Yeon-choong (Uhm Tae-woong) was still alive.

No one told her that he was live but she knew he was. She started looking for him after seeing the letter he had written in his room.

On the other hand, Yeon-choong was shut in a basement after conflicting with his father Yeon-gae So-moon (Choi Min-soo). It seemed like they were missing each other this way but Yeon-choong managed to escape from the room.

It was thanks to the people around him that he could escape. Yeon-gae So-moon ordered warrior Ho-tae (Gu Won) to leave the door open and said, "He can't deny the fate of a Yeon family". He let Yeon-choong do as he pleased. The prince also prepared for Yeon-choong's come back.

Finally, Yeon-choong found Moo-yeong and reunited with her.

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