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

2013/12/10 | Permalink | Source

Joo Jin-mo and Ha Ji-won reunited away from Ji Chang-wook.

On the fourteenth episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Wang Yoo (Joo Jin-mo) and Gi Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) met without Ta Hwan (Ji Chang-wook) knowing.

Baek Ahn (Kim Young-ho) killed anyone who knew about the emperor's blood pledge and got rid of the bodies but the Simyang King Wang Go (Lee Jae-yong-I) made it look like suicide. He was avenging himself for being abandoned by Yeon-cheol (Jun Gook-hwan).

Wang Go told Wang Yoo, "The one who finds the blood pledge will step over Yeon-cheol and stand in his place. Yeon-cheol will suspect those around him first. Dig through them. It's only a matter of time before it collapses. This is my final present to you".

Wang Yoo planned to become king again with the help of someone who knew the palace well. Wang Yoo headed to meet Gi Seung-nyang during forbidden hours and were in danger of being caught by Ta Hwan.

The two of them hid themselves and were reunited at last.

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