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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Ha Ji-won decides to take revenge

2014/01/21 | Permalink | Source

Ha Ji-won decided to become Ji Chang-wook's queen for her revenge.

On the MBC drama "Empress Qi" on the 21st, Ki Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) started bridal lessons to join the queen election.

She was in danger of being sold as a slave by Heuk Soo (Oh Kwang-rok) but was saved coincidentally by Baek Ahn (Kim Young-ho). She then found out Yeon Cheol (Jun Gook-hwan) and Wang Yoo (Joo Jin-mo) had wedded and decided to take revenge of Yeon Cheol and his family.

She asked Baek Ahn to let her enter the queen elections. There's no one else with a bigger grudge against the Yeon Cheol family but me. I can do this".

However, they refused so she took out the blood pledge and said His Majesty could recover from the dark of enlightment.

Ki Seung-nyang got her permission and started studying sewing, musical instruments, dance and even reading.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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