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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Ji Chang-wook draws his sword against Joo Jin-mo

2014/04/01 | 927 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Chang-wook attempted to kill Joo Jin-mo.

On the forty-third episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Ta Hwan (Ji Chang-wook) tried to kill Wang Yoo (Joo Jin-mo) who was in his way.

Dang Gi-se (Kim Jung-hyun-I) framed Wang Yoo for being the cause of the defeat of the Yuan Dynasty by selling the enemy gun powder and the Queen Mother (Kim Seo-hyung), who needed a sacrifice for the defeat, believed this.

Actually, Wang Yoo had been selling gun powder with Ki Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) to save Yuan from famine. Tal Tal (Jin Yi-han) knew this but pretended not to and Ki Seung-nyang asked him for help.

Ta Hwan also believed the speculation about Wang Yoo. He also needed someone to blame the defeat on. Ta Hwan had also been jealous of the secret letter Wang Yoo and Ki Seung-nyang had been exchanging through Dang Ki-se.

At the end of the episode, Wang Yoo arrived at Yuan, masked as an offender and Ta Hwan drew his sword to kill him. Ki Seung-nyang saw this and was shocked.

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