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[Spoiler] "Jang Ok-jeong" Kim Tae-hee swallows a pill to bring down Hong Soo-hyun

2013/05/27 | 1089 views | Permalink | Source

Jang Hee-bin (Kim Tae-hee / Jang Ok-jeong) threw her life on the line to bring down In-hyeon (Hong Soo-hyun).

On the fifteenth episode of the SBS drama "Jang Ok-jeong", Jang Hee-bin plotted against In-hyeon and desired the position of Queen.

Jang Hee-bin was telling In-hyeon what Lee Soon (Yoo Ah-in) liked for midnight snacks and told her to have a good time with him. She pretended to make room for them but appeared in front of them anyway.

Jang Hee-bin ordered a servant to put a drug in the midnight snack. She was going to taste the snacks herself and not a servant, to make it a problem for the Queen.

Jang Hee-bin knew there was a drug in the food and tasted them with shaking hands. Just when Lee Soon was about to eat, Jang Hee-bin fainted with vomiting symptoms. Lee Soon thought In-hyeon had plotted everything and became cold.

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