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[Spoiler] "The Joseon Shooter" Lee Joon-gi shoots Yoo Oh-sung in the heart

2014/08/07 | 500 views | Permalink | Source

On the fourteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Joseon Shooter", Park Yoon-kang (Lee Joon-gi) planned on getting rid of Choi Won-sin (Yoo Oh-sung) and the Sugu Tribe.

Yoon-kang managed to save his life thanks to Gojong (Lee Min-woo). Yoong-kang watched the Sugu Tribe gather Kim Ja-yeong's (Choi Jong-won) house and learned that Kim Byeong-je (Ahn Suk-hwan) was also a Sugu.

Yoon-kang attained information that Kim Ja-yeong was the one who set fire on Choi Hye-won's (Jeon Hye-bin) store and that Won-sin was going head out.

Yoon-kang rode behind Won-sin who was on his way to meet Kim Ja-yeong and shot him. Kim Jae-yeong fell off his horse and ran into the woods.

However, Won-sin came to a dead end at the cliffs and Yoon-kang had him at gun point. He shot Won-sin in the arms and legs saying they were for his father and sister. Then he said, "This is for me" and shot Won-sin in the heart.

Won-sin fell below the cliffs and tears welled in Yoon-kang's eyes. It was dejecting for him.

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