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[Spoiler] 'Splendid Politics' King pretends to faint in order to find traitors

2015/09/21 Source

On the 47th episode of MBC's "Splendid Politics", King Injo (Kim Jae-won) spit blood and fainted.

Before he fainted, he had written a writ of order and appointed Kim Ryu (Park Jun-gyu) as a minister entrusted with the king's deathbed injunctions. Grand Prince Bong-rim (Lee Tae-ri) and Princess Jeongmyeong (Lee Yeon-hee) were shocked by this situation. And Grand Prince Bong-rim's power downsized.

Kim Ryu and Kang Joo-seon (Jo Sung-ha), who became more powerful, tried to appoint Prince Soong-seon as Crown Prince. They thought it was King Injo's will.

Kim Ryu also thought the content of King Injo's writ of appointment would be the same as their ideas. However, he was shocked with the blank paper when he opened the writ. Kim Ryu and other ministries were perplexed at the strange, inexplicable situation.

At this moment, King Injo appeared. He ordered, "I'm going to remove all the traitors who gathered here. This is the last order from me, who is the king of this country".

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