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"The Great Seer" Ji Jin-hee despairs at Ryu Tae-joon

2012/12/12 | 610 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Jin-hee lost hope at the sight of a ruined King Gong-min (Ryu Tae-joon).

On the nineteenth episode of the SBS drama "The Great Seer" on the 12th, Lee Seong-gye (Ji Jin-hee) could sneak into King Gong-min's dwellings thanks to Mok Ji-sang's (Ji Sung) help.

However, Lee Seong-gye realized his plans to tell the king about Lee In-im's (Jo Min-ki) corruption was worthless. The king was already ruined with alcohol and sodomy because of Lee In-im's plan.

In fact, the King knelt in front of Lee Seong-gye and said weird things like, "My Lord the soldiers are leading an army", and "Do we have to fight them?".

Lee Seong-gye was at a lost for words at this sight and tried to keep an eye on him but the King wasn't listening.

Lee Seong-gye came out of his dwellings and when Ji-sang asked him if it went well, he answered, "He is no longer the king of this country. There is no more king in the Goryeo".

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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