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[Spoiler] "Sword and Flower" Uhm Tae-woong, will he notice Kim Ok-bin?

2013/08/07 | Permalink | Source

The eleventh episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Sword and Flower" showed Yeon-choong (Uhm Tae-woong) meeting with a manly disguised Moo-yeong (Kim Ok-bin).

Yeon-choong was made the deputy director of a secret intelligence service under Yeon-gae So-mun's orders. Moo-yeong appeared at the Pyeong Yang Castle dressed as a man and asked to be accept as a new agent in the secret intelligence service

Yeon-choong was shocked to see someone who looked exactly the same as the dead princess So-hee. He didn't know who she was and pointed a word at her asking who she was. She answered, "I am So Moo-yeong".

Yeon-choong couldn't stop suspecting her and Yeon Nam-seng (No Min-woo) calmed him by telling him that she was his friend. Will he discover that she is actually Moo-yeong in disguise?

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