On the 17th episode of "Splendid Politics", Prince Gwanghae (Cha Seung-won) started questioning about Hwa-yi (Lee Yeon-hee)'s true identity. As this happened, Hwa-yi opted to overcome the situation directly.
Gwanghae became aware that Heo Gyun (Ahn Nae-sang) tried to make him fall into a trap. Because Heo Gyun (Ahn Nae-sang) met Hwa-yi, it made Gwanghae believe Heo Gyun and Hwa-yi together was planning to commit the treason. As he also found out Hwa-yi was keeping Princess Jeongmyeiong's token, he started questioning about her identity.
Hwa-yi later could obtain women's clothes thanks to Joo-won. She told him, "My name is not Hwa-yi. I wanted to be Hwa-yi to you forever. But I can't do it any longer". And then she revealed her true identity to him.
She then went to Gwanghae and revealed everything related to her identity as Hwa-yi was all lie. She finally said, "I am Jeong Myeong-hee". Her dangerous choice to reveal her true identity raised the tension of the storyline.
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