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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Joo Jin-mo gets jealous

2013/12/17 | Permalink | Source

On the sixteenth episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Wang Yoo (Joo Jin-mo) witnessed Gi Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) and Ta Hwan (Ji Chang-wook) being cozy and felt jealousy.

Wang Yoo planned to bring down Yeon Cheol (Jun Gook-hwan) and use the dead Emperor Myeong-jong's blood pledge to bring himself to the throne once again. The pledge contained details about Yeon Cheol's treason.

Wang Yoo wrote a petition using a psychic's ink and stuck it inside the palace which made Yeon Cheol very angry. However, Yeon Cheol suspected Ta Hwan as the culprit and not Wang Yoo.

Yeon Cheol sat on his throne in front of Ta Hwan and threatened him not to do anything and Ta Hwan became scared. When he wanted to be left alone, Gi Seung-nyang comforted him by sitting next to him and said, "I've closed my eyes and ears. I don't see or hear anything".

Ta Hwan cried as he was so touched and Wang Yoo saw that. Wang Yoo had announced that he would never see her again just to protect her but he was swept over with jealousy.

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