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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Ha Ji-won and Joo Jin-mo

2013/10/28 | Permalink | Source

Ha Ji-won and Joo Jin-mo displayed a heart-thumping back hug.

On the first episode of the new MBC drama "Empress Qi", Wang Yu (Joo Jin-mo), the prince of Koryeo visited Simyang where Wang Go (Lee Jae-yong-I) was in control of to investigate salt smuggling.

Before he left, he heard of the great arrow-shooter, Ki Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) and asked for her a challenge. She accepted and betted shots of alcohol for every arrow shot.

Seung-nyang was outstanding but was drunk and became sick on Wang Yu's chest before passing out. She was put to sleep in Wang Yu's bed and came around at the sound of his musical playing.

He tried to teach her how to play the keomungo, saying it was the best when it comes to seducing women. He held her from the back as he helped her to hold it.

Seung-nyang felt nervous as Wang Yu's arms wrapped around her shoulders.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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