‘Fairies’ Jeon Hyun-moo, injectable memorization happening confession “I am embarrassed to memorize without knowing what”

“I should have learned this way!”

Jeon Hyun-moo confesses to the sad happenings of his school days when he was memorizing infusion.

In episode 65 of MBC’s’Guys Crossing the Line-Returns’ (director Jung Yoon-jung, Han Seung-hoon / hereinafter’Fairies’), broadcast on the 29th, it is decorated with a special feature of’Sambyulcho’, real men of Goryeo who surrendered to Mongolia.

Seol Min-seok, Jeon Hyun-moo, Kim Jong-min, and Yoo Byung-jae, who left Jeju Island, the final battleground of Sambyulcho, are looking for the last traces of Sambyulcho hidden there. In particular,’Sambyulcho’ is expected to become a’honey tip learning trip’ for candidates who are imminent to the SAT as it often appears as a regular problem for the SAT.

On this day, Seol Min-seok is said to have attracted the interest of the’fairies’ by telling the story of the battle history of Sambyulcho and the allied forces of Korea + Mongolia (Yormong) from the Mongolian invasion of Goryeo six times.

Hearing this, Jeon Hyun-moo is said to have attracted attention by confessing the black history that he had memorized in an injectable way while in school. Jeon Hyun-moo said, “I was so embarrassed, I remembered it without knowing what it was,” and said that he was talking about the unfortunate happening that resulted from this. What is the history of Goryeo that Jeon Hyun-moo, who did not know at the time, and who has learned now, is interested in the history lecture of Seol Min-seok, who touched Jeon’s heart.

In addition, it is said that Seol Min-seok made the’Fairies’ immersed in a lecture with tweezers that helped the sky as if the’god of history’ came down. ‘Fairies’ are said to have been deeply immersed in the story of a fight against the Three Kingdoms between the’Yormong Allied Forces’ trying to clear Sambyulcho and the’Sambyulcho’ defending it. While Seol Min-seok was talking about Goryeo’s fate, a dark cloud suddenly poured over the clear sky, raising tensions, raising expectations even further.

“I should have learned this way!” The history of Seol Min-seok’s’The Last Struggle of Sambyulcho’, who made the heart beat of Jeon Hyun-moo, a living witness of infusion-based education, can be found in MBC’s’Guys Crossing the Line-Returns’, which airs at 9:10 pm on the 29th.

iMBC Baek Ah-young | Photo courtesy MBC

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