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[Spoiler] 'Splendid Politics' Baek Sung-hyun starts sorting out traitors

2015/09/01 Source

"Splendid Politics" Baek Sung-hyun announced that he would not forgive any of the traitors while the nation was being defeated in battles of the war with Qing continuously.

On the September 1st episode of MBC's Monday & Tuesday drama, "Splendid Politics", Crown Prince Sohyeon started sorting out treacherous subjects, while the Joseon army was being defeated in battles every day.

On this day, Crown Prince Sohyeon was furious with the news about the Joseon army losing one battle after another. He said, "How come Kim Ja-jeom (Jo Min-ki) did not report when the army of Qing Dynasty crossed the border" and "Also I will not forgive Kang Joo-seon (Jo Sung-ha), who sold away our country". He continued on "The one who invaded this country is Qing, but the ones who sold off this country are the few traitors".

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