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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Joo Jin-mo enters Ji Chang-wook's trap

2014/01/06 | Permalink | Source

Joo Jin-mo fell for Ji Chang-wook's trap and took the blame for murder.

On the nineteenth episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Wang Yoo (Joo Jin-mo) fell for Ta Hwan's (Ji Chang-wook) trap.

Wang Yoo earned the favor of Yeon Cheol (Jun Gook-hwan) and had her leave the palace and planned to sort out the real enemy by faking Yeon Cheol's death with poison.

However, Ta Hwan was furious at having lost Seung-nyang to Wang Yoo and decided to kill them both. He was going to kill Wang Yoo and bring back Seung-nyang.

Baek Ahn (Kim Young-ho) received orders from Ta Hwan to switch the drink with a sleeping drug to a glass filled with poison and Yeon Cheol drank it. He collapsed while coughing out blood and Wang Yoo figured it wasn't a sleeping drug.

Ta Hwan looked at Wang Yoo and thought to himself, "Wang Yoo, you're next".

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