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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Ha Ji-won meets Ji Chang-wook for the first time

2013/10/29 | Permalink | Source

Ha Ji-won met Ji Chang-wook for the first time at sword's end.

On the second episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Ki Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) met Ta-hwan (Ji Chang-wook).

The Yuan Dynasty Yeon-cheol (Jun Gook-hwan) sent the empress' brother Ta-hwan to the Korean Dynasty. He planned to get rid of Ta-hwan and Goryeo at the same time.

Wang-go (Lee Jae-yong-I) heard of this news and triumphed, "The prince of Yuan Dynasty is coming here. This is a secret plan to bring down Wang-yoo (Joo Jin-mo)". However, Ki Seung-nyang, who was sent to meet the prince noticed something was wrong. It seemed weird that no one knew the prince's face.

Wang-yoo guessed, "They are about to bring me down" and set out to protect the prince. However, Ta-hwan planned to run away. He tried to, wearing military uniform but was spotted by Ki Seung-nyang.

She held out a sword at Ta-hwan and asked who he was. The episode ended this way.

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