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[Spoiler] "The Last Empress" Lee Elijah Returns for Revenge

2019/01/23 | 754 views | Permalink | Source

On the latest episode of the SBS drama "The Last Empress", Min Yoo-ra (Lee Elijah) returned to the palace as the Queen Mother's (Shin Eun-kyung) servant and served her up a plate of her loyalty.

The people who saw Min Yoo-ra couldn't help but be surprised. However, Min Yoo-ra wasn't affected by their reactions and stood by the Queen Mother's side. Oh Sunny (Jang Nara) asked why she had to survive and she answered with an evil smile, "I was still of use to someone. Isn't that enough reason to live?"

Min Yoo-ra brought Na Dong-sik (Oh Han-kyul), the brother of Na Wang-sik (Choi Jin-hyuk) who Mr. Choo (Ha Do-kwon) found, to the palace. He was bait to catch Na Wang-sik. When she realized someone had been in the room where she kept Na Dong-sik, she yelled at him to tell who had come by. She discovered the chief bodyguard badge on his clothes and suspected Cheon Woo-bin (Choi Jin-hyuk). She then asked Mr. Choo to look into Cheon Woo-bin.

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