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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Ji Chang-wook finds out the truth at last

2013/12/02 | Permalink | Source

"Empress Qi" Ji Chang-wook finally found out about Ha Ji-won and was furious that she'd fooled him.

On the eleventh episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Ta Hwan (Ji Chang-wook) found out Gi Seung-nyang's (Ha Ji-won) identity.

Ta Hwan wanted to see the court lady that looked like Seung-nyang and imagined Si Seung-nyang dressed as a woman. His suspicion for her grew bigger every day. He thought to himself that there were plenty of chances to find out her real gender.

Ta Hwan thought, 'Maybe she's the Seung-nyang that I'm looking for. I'm hoping it's not'. Just then, Gol-ta (Jo Jae-yun) appeared and said, "I asked the other court ladies from Goryeo but the Gi-girl there is Seung-nyang".

Ta Hwan was greatly disappointed and said, "She ignored me. I won't find her first ever again". However, he ran to her and tears welled in his eyes as he called her name.

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