Yeon Choong’s first meeting with the assassin.
Yeon Choong and Princess Moo Young enjoying the Dongmyung Festival. The Princess and Crown Prince always dressed-up as commoners during this yearly festival. The fortune teller predicts Yeon Choong & Princess Moo Young will have a beautiful boy if they “express their love” on a full moon. Yeon Choong escorts Princess to safety when he senses that she’s in danger.
Yeon Choong receives a secret letter from his father who tells him that he cannot bring any disgrace to Yeon’s family.
Princess Moo Young’s excellence sword skills.
They don’t know that Princess is injured. She doesn’t want anyone to see her in pain; she always puts on a brave and happy face, although she’s hurt. Her brother, Crown Prince is incredibly worried.
The last day of Dongmyung Festival; the Crown Prince is showcasing his martial art skills in front of all ministers and generals. Yeon Choong has trained him physically and mentally. Crown Prince easily defeats his opponent.
Father & son in the same place.
The assassin is eyeing the Royal Family as he prepares for his riskiest task to date.
The grand celebration begins.
And the climax.
Royal Guard Yeon Choong (believe) he saves the day.
However, he is framed as a spy. Jang shows Yeon Choong’s left arm wound to everyone. Jang slashed his sword on the man who killed the survivor’s last attackers (ep 1). So this is the evidence that he’s a spy, sent by Yeon Gaesomun.
He tells everyone that Yeon Gaesomun never asked him to become a spy.
He finally confesses that Yeon Gaesomun is his father. Yeon Gaesomun also admits that he’s his son, his illegitimate son who shares his blood, but he’s never been part of Yeon’s family. He has nothing to do with his son. And if he acted as a spy, then he should be punished. But he never asked him to be a spy. Yeon Choong cut his relationship with his father and took his own path. If King Nyeong Nyu finds the evidence, then he can kill him. King Nyeong Nyu announces his decision to execute this criminal.
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