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[Spoiler] "The Great Seer" Lee Seung-yeon tries to save Jo Min-ki

2013/01/03 | 390 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Seung-yeon deals with Ji Jin-hee to save Jo Min-ki.

Lee In-im (Jo Min-ki) was wounded with a sword while fighting with Lee Seong-gye (Ji Jin-hee).

Jeong-geun (Song Chang-eui) helped his father Lee In-im to Yeong-ji's (Lee Seung-yeon) dwelling. She was shocked when she saw him and treated his wounds.

Lee In-im told Yeong-ji, "Lee Seong-gye tried to become king to save people but I tried to gain them. I can't have you. I am always not enough and I was more obsessed with power than you". Yeong-ji pitied this man.

Meanwhile, Yeong-ji lied when Ji-sang (Ji Sung) came across her home and asked for the whereabouts of Lee In-im.

However, he found the bloody handkerchief in her yard. He also lured away his men saying Lee In-im wasn't there.

Yeong-ji seemed to be lost in deep thought and asked Lee Seong-gye to save Lee.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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