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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Ji Chang-wook and Jin Yi-han die, Ha Ji-won lives

2014/04/29 | 5262 views | Permalink | Source

Everyone besides Ha Ji-won died.

On the final episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi" which ended on the 29th, Ji Chang-wook (Ta Hwan) struggled to protect Ha Ji-won (Ki Seung-nyang) when he found out the truth about Golta (Jo Jae-yun). The Queen Mother (Kim Seo-hyung), Yeom Byeong-soo (Jung Woong-in) and Tal Tal (Jin Yi-han) were brutally killed.

Ta Hwan couldn't avoid death as well. Ki Seung-nyang asked him, "Don't you want to ride the fields with me? I want to go north with you". He said, "I would do anything you ask for. Let's do it".

Ta Hwan confessed his love her Ki Seung-nyang and she told him that she loved him. Then he stopped breathing.

Netizens say, "The final episode is so good", "Jin Yi-han, Ha Ji-won and Ji Chang-wook are so great" and more.

Source : www.sportsworldi.com/...

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