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[Spoiler] 'Splendid Politics' Cha Seung-won coldly ignores princess Jeongmyeong's petition

2015/04/21 Source

"Splendid Politics" Cha Seung-won confined Grand Prince Yeongchang in prison for treason.

The 4th episode of MBC's "Splendid Politics", Gwang Hae (Cha Seung-won) ordered to confine Queen Inmok (Shin Eun-jung)'s father and Grand Prince Yeongchang in prison for treason.

Prior to this, Lee I-cheom (Jung Woong-in) fabricated the silver bar robbery case into treachery case and made a false appeal. Gwang Hae made a final decision after much thought and consideration. Young Grand Prince Yeongchang was arrested while he had no idea what was happening. Princess Jeongmyeong was deeply shocked. She went to see Gwang Hae and begged to release Yeongchang since he was too young to know anything.

However Gwang Hae said "There is no child in royal family. And there is no one who is innocent. Yeongchang will have to pay for what he will need to"

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