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[Spoiler] "The Great Seer" Song Chang-eui frames Ji Sung for Lee Young-bum's death

2012/12/26 | 635 views | Permalink | Source

Song Chang-eui killed Lee Young-bum and framed Ji Sung for it.

The twenty-second episode of the SBS drama "The Great Seer" showed Lee Jeong-geun (Song Chang-eui) furious at Hyo-myeong (Lee Young-bum) asking him of he allowed the relationship between Ji-sang (Ji Sung) and Hae-in (Kim So-yeon).

Jeong-geun shouted, "You have handed over the documents for the Jami Country to Mok Ji-sang and Hae-in!" He pushed Hyo-myeong but ended up hurting his head.

Surprised, Jeong-geun ran out of his room and Ji-sang dragged out the dying Hyo-myeong but in the end he died saying, "I am sorry I killed your father. Please take care of Hae-in".

Jeong-geun heard this from far and approached Ji-sang who was crying with Hyo-myeong in his arms and said, "Did you kill him?" and even reported him as a murderer.

However, Jeong-geun's mean deed didn't stop here. Hae-in was in sorrow for her father's death and Jeong-geun approached her saying, "Hyo-myeong killed Ji-sang's father. That's why he took revenge. I saw him coming out of his room which was on fire".

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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