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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Ha Ji-won turns pale at news of Joo Jin-mo's death

2014/04/07 Source

On the forty-fourth episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Ki Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) was struck with shock to hear that Wang Yoo (Joo Jin-mo) was dead.

Baek Ahn (Kim Young-ho) planned to lead Wang Yoo's parade himself and then kill him. Baek Ahn and Wang Yoo had a struggle and Dag Ki-se (Kim Jung-hyun-I) who was aiming for Wang Yoo, attacked. Baek Ahn was hurt with his arrow and Wang Yoo was hit with his arrow and sword.

Tal Tal (Jin Yi-han) realized what was happening later and fought off Dang Ki-se and his men. Wang Yoo was taken care of by Yeon Bi-soo (Yoo In-young). She hugged him and yelled, "Don't die".

At the end of the episode, Tal Tal approached Ki Seung-nyang and told her that Wang Yoo was dead. Ki Seung-nyang was surprised and asked, "He's dead? Who did it? Who killed him?"

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