Chaeok clarifies the misunderstanding and they both put away their swords. After finding out that Chaeok is a police woman, Sung-baek leaves. Yoon assumes that he is a student of a legendary swordsman, Hyun-ki Whang. Yoon and Chaeokâ€™s crew head back to the station. Due to the foot injury, Chaeok falls behind. She stops to dip her feet into the water and reminisces about her mother. In her childhood, her name was Jae-hee Jang. Under the parental roof of Lord Il-soon Jang, she lived happily until the age of seven with her fourteen year old brother. Her family was torn apart when her father was accused as a traitor. She did not know of her motherâ€™s fate and departed with her brother Jae-moo. When she arrives at the station, she finds Yoon waiting for her. He tells her to grab the wooden sword and strikes her wrist to make her drop it. â€˜What am I to you?â€ asks Yoon bitterly, and he behaves angrily towards her speechlessness. Yoon recalls the younger days when he first met Chaeok. Lord Whang was extraordinarily intelligent and talented. Having high expectations for Yoon, a child born by a concubine, he becomes disappointed and sends him off with a slave name Jae-hee into the deep mountains, telling him to train. He trains under the Great monk name Su-wol, the former leader of the monk soldiers, and Jae-hee, who followed them like a shadow, also becomes tactful in the art of swordsmanship. Monk Suwol recommends Yoon to the police captin Sae-uk Cho. He immediately senses his swordsmanship and good nature and hires him. Yoon tells Lord Whang that he wants to bring Jae-hee as a damo. Lord Whang reads his mind, and tells him not to take advantage of her.moreless
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