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[Spoiler] "Jang Ok-jeong" Kim Tae-hee gives up the throne

2013/06/18 | 863 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Tae-hee decided to give up the throne.

On the twenty-second episode of the SBS drama "Jang Ok-jeong" on the 18th, Jang Ok-jeong (Kim Tae-hee) asked Sook-jogn (Yoo Ah-in) to dethrone her.

Jang Ok-jeong decided this as she didn't want her son Yoon to be affected by the bad things happening to her.

She took off her fancy clothes and went to Sook-jong in just her nightgown and said, "I thought I had to be in the throne to love you. However, that was foolish of me. I ate poison to become the queen". She confessed the deeds that she had done in the past.

However, Sook-jong said, "Don't say that. I have hidden it for a long time for you, so you shouldn't say it". Jang Ok-jeong cried out, "How could you let me be queen when you knew that?"

"You have reason to dethrone me, if I talk. Please remain a good king for the country", she said before she left.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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