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"Ruler: Master of the Mask" Lee Chae-young turns into a court lady

2017/06/01 | Permalink | Source

Lee Chae-young went from being a gisaeng to a court lady.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Ruler: Master of the Mask", Mae-chang (Lee Chae-young) entered the palace in court clothes.

Previously, she recognized Prince Yi Seon (Yoo Seung-ho) and helped him find copper in the Pyeonsoo. This time she wasn't a gisaeng but a court maid.

When she was caught for inspection, she answered modestly, "I've been on an errand by Her Majesty". Then she met someone and said, "He was the Prince".

This 'someone' was surprised and asked, "Is he alive?" Mar-chang then asked what she should do and the 'someone' said, "Stand by and watch him". This person wasn't revealed but the voice belonged to Sang Seon (Lee Dae-ro).

Sang Seon has been protecting Seon Wang and the fake prince Yi Seon (L) and this mysterious meet-up with Mae-chang is sparking curiosity.

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